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TPPT- OF AR^HTT^OTS:', 

A BUILDER OF BUILD^ 
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TEACHER. AN ORGANT" 

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WMrA/FT:^SITY OF ILL" 
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NATHAN CLIFFORD RICKER 

Nathan Clifford Ricker, eldest child of CJeneral Kbenezer Ricker and Mary 
Stacy Ricker, was born in Acton. \'ork County, Maine, on |nl\- 24. 184,^. Horn 
of that sturdy old New England >t(»ck which ])r()duces able men and courageous 
women, his careful training and natural a])titude for learning aided the develop- 
ment of an unusual interest in books. Any time that could be spared from the 
exacting duties of the operation and management of the farm, for while the 
father was attending the Maine Legislature the son must be manager, was spent 
in study. His i)rimary education was obtained in the public schools of his native 
state. 

Jn accordance with the custom of those days, that all young men should learn 

a trade, he adopted that of a cabinet 
maker, and so assiduously did he ap- 
ply himself and so rapidly did he 
acquire ability that in two years he 
was made a full journeyman. He 
l)roved his efficiency by making four 
piano cases in ten days when the usual 
workman made but two in seven days. 
l"or several years he taught school in 
the neighborhood of his home ; tlien he 
accompanied his family, after the Civil 
War, to Virginia, where his father was 
to be a supervi.sor. From Mrginia he 
went west to his uncle in Illinois. 
At this time lie became lillcd with a desire for higher education and by his 
own unaided efforts, in individual study for three years in Latin. French and the 
sciences, he prepared himself for college. This was not accomplished without 
difficulties, for books and ai)i)aratus were not al)undant. He made, for example, 
his own botanical dissecting knife from the steel hoop of an old hoop-skirt. As 
a means of mental discipline. Coll)urn's Mental Arithmetic was emi)loved, and 
so engros.sed did the student become in the solution of puzzling i)ro])lems that 
sometimes in (Iriving his horse would stop stock still waiting patientlv until his 
unheeding driver became conscious of the odd state of affairs. 

Hf entered the University of 
Illinois in January, 1870, his careful 
and exhaustive preparation win- 
ning him advanced .standing. His 
student life was one of activity, as 
membershi]) in I'hilomathean Liter- 
ary Society, presidency of the Col- 
lege government. an(i other ])osi- 
tions indicate. His service was not 
circumscribed by college bound>, 
for he was a member of the stu- 
dent battalion which did guard duty for a week at the time of the Chicago Uw in 

Xovember, 1871. In spite of these activities which .so often occupv a student's 
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University, afterwards going abroad to study at Banacademie in 15erlin. during 
the summer in the year 1873. After some months of travel in Europe, he re- 
turned to take up his life-work of teaching. Beginning with September, 1873, 
he assumed full charge of the department of Architecture at the University of 

Illinois, and retained it for thirty- 
seven years. His long period of ser- 
vice has permitted him to direct and 
aid in the development of the de- 
l)artment from the time when he 
himself taught drafting in the same 
room that held a class of rhetoric, to 
the present, when the department 
fill^ an entire floor of Engineering 
1 lull w illi offices, class rooms, draft- 
ing rooms, and above all, the magni- 
ficent architectural library, probably 
the best in the country, the selection 
of books for which he himself is 
resjionsible. In 1900 he received 
from the University the degree of 
Doctor of Architecture in appreciation of the ability, devotion and unseltishness in 
the development of his work. In addition to being head of the department of 
architecture he tilled the position of Dean of the College 
of Engineering for twenty-seven years, from 1878 to 
1905. 

He was married to Mary Carter Steele on August 
25. 1875. 

His public service include^ membership in the Illi- 
nois .State Board of E.xaminers of .Architects, of which 
board he has served as president since 1899. He is 
president of the recently ai)pointed Commission to pre- 
])arc a revision of the building laws of Illinois. Eurther 
he is an active and also an honorar}- b'ellow member of 
the American Institute of Architects, Member of So- 
ciety for Promotion of Engineering Education. b\'l- 
low of American Association for the Advancement of 
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Notwithstanding the fact that his 
work as a professional instructor and 
as executive officer of the College of 
luigineering has left little leisure for 
the preparation of work for i)ublica- 
tion. he has written a l)ook on Trussed 
Roofs, which appeared in 1885. Later 
there were published by the Engineer- 
ing Experiment Station, three bullet- 
ins entitled respectively, "An Exten- 
sion of the Dewey Decimal Classifi- 
cation to Architecture and Building," 
•'A Study of Trussed Roofs," and 
"Base and P.earing Plates for Col- 



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unms and Girders." which were the result of original investigations by Dr. 
Ricker. and which constitute distinct contributions to technical literature. Nu- 
merous professional papers and reviews have been published in various technical 
and architectural ])eriodicals. An entirely new and 
authoritative treatise on roofs, which has been in care- 
ful preparation for years, will appear in 191 2. Dr. 
Ricker has also contributed extensively to technical lit- 
erature by translation into English from the German and 
French, including part of the works of Gaudet. the 
famous teacher of design at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. 

Perhaps one of the most <Iistinctive and significant 
of his contributions to engineering education was the 

introduction into American 
technical schools of the Sci- 
ence of Graphic Statics, the 
value and necessity of this im- 
portant study being early recog- 
nized and appreciated by him. 
He was also instrumental in 
the introduction and further- 
ance of laboratory work in shop 
practice. 

This brief narrative does not propose to be a story of 
Dr. Ricker's life. It is merely a sketch to show how 
strong and resourceful is his character, how broad and 
varied his activities. The University of Illinois is his 
great debtor. To his Alma Mater, and to her develop- 
ment he has devoted the best of his life, and has brought 
renown to her. as well as to himself. He is unix'ersally 
beloved by all with whom he has been associated, col- 
leagues, students, neighbors. Not one of the multitude 
who have come into his influence but has departed with 
a feeling of gratitude for the kindly smile, the warm 
greeting, and the sincere interest he has sliown. 





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To open the book for us here; 

She's sending our greeting loyal 
To mini both far and near. 




VNIVEB.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



BOARD OF REGENTS 






Hon. a. p. Grout 



^Irs. Laura B. Evans 



Hox. Fri;d L. Hatch 





Hon. William L. Ai'.dott Mrs. M.\\<\ \i. IUslv 





Hon. Arthur Mkkkkr 



Mrs. Carrik A.-I'.ahrknberg 

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lIo.N. Otis W. Hoit 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

The Governor of Illinois {Ex Officio) 
CHARLES S. DENEEX Spriuyfield 

The President of the State Board of Agriculture (Ex Officio) 
GEORGE A. AXTHOXY Ken-aiiee 

The Superintendent of Public Instruction (£.v Officio) 
FRANK G. BLAIR Spring field 

ELECTED MEMBERS 

Term expires 

MRS. CARRIE ALl-.XAXDllR-BAIIRKXl'.L'RG. Belleville 1913 

FRED L. HATCH. Spriiui Grove . . 1913 

A. P. GROUT. Winchester IQU 

.MRS. LAURA B EVAXS, Toylorvillc 191 5 

ARTHUR MEEKER, Union Stock Yords. Chicago 191.=; 

ALLEX I-. MOORE, Monticello 191 5 

WILLIAM L. ABBOTT, uo Adams St.. Chicago 1917 

MRS. MAR^■ !•:. BUSEY, Urbaua 1917 

OTIS W. llolT. Geneseo ... I'jiJ 




Hox. George A. Anthony 



Ho.v. Charles S. Deneen 



Hon. Fr.^nk G. Bl.air 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Pkksiiiknt Edmund Janes James 



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Council of Administration 

Edmund Janes Jamks, 'I' K M', <l' H K. President of the [hiiversity. A.M., I'li.l)., University 
of Halle. 'J7 ; LL.l)., Cornell, Wesleyan. Queen's College, Harvard. 

Thomas Jonathan- Ik-Kkii.i., A Z. rice-President of the Uui^rrsity mid Professor of Botany. 
A.M., Xorthwcstern University, '76; Ph.D., University of Chicago, '81; LL.D., North- 
western University, '93. 

Daviii KiNi.KV, 'I' r A, '1' n K, Pean of the Graduate School and Professor of Economic. 
A.B., Vale, '84: I'h.l).. Wisconsin, '92. 

Eugene Davenport, LL.D.. A T A, A Z, Dean of the CoUc(ie of .hiricullurc and Professor of 
Thremmatology. M.Agr. , Michigan Agricultural College, '78. LL.l). 

Oliver Ai.hkrt Harki.r. <I> A 'I'. Dean of the College of Lazv and Professor of Imw. A.B., 

McKendree College, '69; A.^L, McKendree College, '(>). 

Willi A. M Edward Quine. A 9. A. X 2 X, Dean of the College of Medicine and Professor of 
the Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. M.D., Chicago Medical College, '70. 

Thomas Arkle Clark, A T 1>, <I> H K, Dean of Men and Professor of Rhetoric. B.L., Uni- 
versity of Illinois, 'i)0. 





Vice-President T. J. Burrell 



Dean T. A. Clark 



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Deax Makv E. Fawcett 



AssT. Dean A. R. \\ aknock 



Edgak Jerome Townsend, A T A. ii: Z. Dean of the College of Science and Professor of 
Mathematics. PhB., Alhion College, 'go; Ph.Al., University of Michigan, '91; Ph.D., 
University of Gottingen. '01. 

EvARTS BouTELL Greene. * A B. <I' 15 K. Deou of the College of Literature and Arts and Pro- 
fessor of History. A.B.. Harvard. 90: A.M.. Harvard, "qi ; Ph.D., Harvard, '93. 

WiLLiA.M Freeman Mvrick Go.s.s, A T 12, S H. Dean of the College of Engineering, Director 
of the School of Railway Engineering and Administration, and Professor of Raihvay En- 
gineering. M.S.. Wabash College, '88; D.Eng.. University of Tllinnis, 04. 

George Washington Cook, Dean of the College of Dentistry and Professor of Bacteriology, 
Pathology, and Thera/yeutics. B.S., D.D.S. 

Mrs. Mary Eliza Fawcett, K A 9. <I> H K, Acting Dean of Women. A.B.. Ohio State Uni- 
versity, '07; A.M., University of Illinois, '09. 



Administrative Officers 

Charles Ma.wvell McCoxx, i; A E, <l> 15 K. Registrar and Secretary. A.B., University of 

Minnesota. '03; A.M., University of Minnesota. '04. 
Samuel Walker Shattuck, C.E.. ComMrollcr and Professor of Mathematics. B.S., Xor- 

wich University, '60; A.M., Norwich. 76. 

Arthl-r Rav Warxock, R n, 'I> A <I>, Assistant Dean of Men. A.R., University of Tlli- 
nois, '05. 

Nathaniel Hay. Purchasing Agent. 

Oren Elmer Staples, >I' T. Chief Clerk. 

Joseph Albert Morrow, Acacia. Superintendent of Buildings. 

l-AELYN Atkinson, Superintendent of Grounds. 

James Herbert Kelly. Acacia. Chief Clerk in the President's Office. R.S.. Cornell. '00: 

A.M.. Harvard, '08. 
Harrison Edward Ci-xningham, <!• A O. <]. I'. K. A.P., Assistant Registrar. 



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EvARTS BoUTELL Grf.e.nk. <I' A H. <t li K, /Ja/;; <)/ //ic College of Literature and .Irts and Pro- 
fessor of History. A. P.., Harvard, 'yo: A.M., Harvard, "qi : Ph.D., Flarvard. 'o^. 

Herbert Jewett Barton, A.M., A A -K <I> R K, Professor of Latin. Language and Literature. 

Ch.xrles Melville Moss, Ph.D.. ^k T, * B K, Professor of Greek Language and Literature. 

Daniel Kilham Doi)(;e, Ph.D., Professor of English. 

David Kinlev, Ph.D.. LL.D., <!■ r A, <!• 15 K. Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of 
Economics. 

Thomas Arkle Clark, B.L., A T n, * H K, Dean of Men and Professor of Rhetoric. 

Arthl-r Hill Daniels, Ph.D., * V A, Professor of Philosophy. 

EnvviN Grant Dexter, Ph.D., Z ^, * B K, Professor of Education. 

Maurice Henrv Robinson, Ph.D., A K E, * B K. Professor of Industry and Transportation. 

Horace Aijelbert Hollister, .\..M.. High School Visitor and Assistant Professor. 

EuwARi) John Lake, B.S., Assistant Professor of Art and Design, and Acting Head of the 
Department. 

Thomas Edward Oliver. Ph.D., * B K. Professor of Romance Languages. 

Stephen Sheldon Colvin. Ph.D.. Z ^. <I> B K. Professor of Psychology (on leave). 

James Wilford Garner. Ph.D.. * B K. Professor of Political Science (on leave). 

Guy Stanton Ford. Ph.D.. e A X. Professor of Modern European History.- 

Earnest Ritson Dewsnvh, M.A.. Professor of Raikvay Administration. 

Edward Carey Hayes. Ph.D.. Professor of Sociology. 

William Chandler Baclev. PhD., * A O. 3 2. Professor of Education and Director of the 
School of Education. 

Julius Goebel, Ph.D., Professor of German. 

Boyd Henry Bode, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy. 

David Hobert Carnahan. A.M.. Ph.D., i: X. <!■ B K, Associate Professor of Romance 
Languages. 

Stuart Pratt Sherman, Ph.D., * B K, A Z A, Professor of English. 

Raymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D., Professor of English. 

John Archibald Fairlie, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science. 

Edward Fulton. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Rhetoric. 

Otto Edward Lessing, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German. 

Clarence Walworth Alvord, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History. 

Ernest Ludlow Bogart, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics. 

William Abbott Oldfather, Ph.D.. 4> A e. * B K, Associate Professor of the Classics. 

George Hknkv Mkvkk, A.M., B G IT. <I' I? K. Assistant Professor of German and Assistant 
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Edward Chauncey Baldwin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English. 

Neil Conwell Brooks. Ph.D., * A 0, * B K, Assistant Professor of German. 

Nathan Austin Westo.v, Ph.D., A T Q. 4' B K. Assistant Professor of Economics and As- 
sistant Director of the Courses in Business. 

Harry Gilbert Paul, Ph.D., Acacia, Assistant Professor of EnglisJi Juingiiage and Literature. 

Laurence Marcellus Larson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History. 

John Christie Duncan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Accountancy. 

Arthur Stanley Pease, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of the Chissics. 

Lewis Flint .Anderson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education. 

John Drlscoll Fitz-Gerald II, Ph.D., 4' B K, Assistant Professor of the Ronujjice Lan- 
guages. 

George Tobias Flom, Ph.D., .Issistant Professor of the Scandiuii:-ian iMnguages and 
Literature. 

William Spence Robertson. Ph.D., * B K, Assistant Professor of History. 

Simon Litman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics. 

George Frederick Arps, Ph.D., <I> r A. - i, * A K, Assistant Professor of Psychology. 

Jean-Baptiste Beck, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of the Romance Languages. 

Walter Fairlekjh Dodd, Assistant Professor of Political Science. 

Franklin William Scott, /\.]\I., A T fi, # B K, Associate in English. 

Ernest Milton Halliday, A.B., LL.B., A 2 P. <& A A, Associate in English. 

Thacher Rowland Guild, A.M., A *. * B K, Associate in English. 

Harry Stuart Vedder Jones, Ph.D., Associate in English. 

Arthur Ro.meyn Sey.mour, I'li.l)., Associate in Spanish. 

Howard Vernon Cantkr, Ph.D., 'I' I! K, . Issociatc in the Classics. 

Jacob Zeitlin, Ph.D., * B K, Associate in English. 

John Mabry Mathews, Ph.D., Associate in Political Science. 

Solon Justus Buck, A.M., Research Associate in History. 

Frank Allen Patterson, Ph.D., Associate in English. 

Arthur Howard Sutherland, Ph.D.. Associate in Psychology. 



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Edgar Jerome Townsend, A T A, 2 S, Dean of the College of Science and Professor of 

Mathematics. Ph.B., Albion College, '90: Ph.M., University of Michigan, '91; Ph.D., 

University of Gottingen, '01. 
Thomas Jonathan Burrill, A Z. I'ice-Presideut of the University and Professor of 

'fiotany. A.M., Northwestern University, '76: Ph.D., University of Chicago, '81: LL.D., 

Northwestern University, '93. 
Samuel Walker Shattuck, C.E., LL.D., Professor of Mathematics. 
Stephen Alfred Forbes, Ph.D., LL.D., <l> r A, A Z, Professor of Entomology. 
Charles Wesley Rolfe, ^LS., Professor of Geology. 
Samuel Wilson Parr, M.S.. * A T, Professor of Applied Chemistry. 
Edward Bartow, Ph.D., B A X, <^ H K, Professor of Analytical Chemistry, and Director of 

State Water Survey. 
William Albert Noyes, Ph.D., LL.D.. 2 2, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the 

Chemical Laboratory. 
Philip Bovier Hawk, Ph.D., A K K. i: a, Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 
George Abram Miller. Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. 
Albert Victor Bleininger, B.S., Acacia, - H. Professor of Ceramics and Director of the 

Department of Ceramics. 
Henry Baldwin Ward, Ph.D., * B K. 2 S, Professor of Zoology. 
I-'rank Christian Becht, Ph.D., 2!: 2. * B n. Assistant Professor of Physiology and Acting 

Head of the Department. 
Frank Smith, A.M., A T A. 1 :=:. Associate Professor of Zoology and Curator of the 

Museum. 
William Shirley Bayley, Ph.D.. Associate Professor of Geology. 
Charles Zeleny, Ph.D.. 2 X. <{' B K. X Z X, Associate Professor of Zoology. 
Henry Lewis Rietz. Ph.D., A T S>, i; Z, Associate Professor of Mathematics. 
Charles Frederick Hottes, Ph.D., A Z, Assistant Professor of Botany. 
Joel Stebbins, Ph.D., <t> A 0, Z a. Assistant Professor of Astronomy. 
Richard Sydney Curtiss, Ph.D., 2 S, Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry. 
Thomas Edmund Savage, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Stratigraphic Geology. 
Justus Watson Folsom, Sc.D., Assistant Professor of Entomology. 
Charles Herschel Sisam. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 
Clarence William Balke, Ph.D., 2 S, Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. 



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David Ford McFarland,, Ph.D.. A T fi, A X ^. :s 2:. <l> B K, Assistant Professor of Applied 

Chemistry. 
Edward Wight Washburn, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physical Chemistry. 
James Byrnie Shaw, D.Sc, 2 X, 4> B K, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 
Arnold Emch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 
Frederic Walton Carpenter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology. 
Alexander Dyer MacGillivray, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Entomology. 
Arthur Robert Crathorne, Ph.D., * A 0, Associate in Mathematics. 
Charles Christopher Adams, Ph.D., 2 2, Associate in Aiiinial Ecology. 
Robert Lacey Boerger, Ph.D., Associate in Mathematics. 
George McPhail Smith, Ph.D.. B 11, Associate in Chemistry. 
James Theophilus Barrett, Ph.D., 2 S, Associate in Botany. 
Ernest Barnes Lytle, Ph.D., S S, Associate in Mathematics. 
Laurie Lorne Burgess, Ph.D., Associate in Chemistry. 
Clarence George Derick, Ph.D., Associate in Chemistry. 
Helen Isham, Ph.D., A *, Associate in Chemistry. 
Grinnell Jones, Ph.D., Associate in Chemistry. 
Ray Thomas Stull, E.M., Acacia. 2 S, Associate in Ceramics. 




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William Freeman Myrick Goss, A T l>, i; r. Dean of the College of Eugiuecriiuj, Director 
of the School of Railway Engineering and Administration, and Professor of Railway 
Engineering. M.S., Wabash College, '88; D.Eng.. University of Illinois, '04. 

Nathan Clifford Rkker, D.Arch., Acacia, T li IT. Professor of Architecture. 

Ira Osborn Baker, C.E., D.Eng.. ^ T A. T H 11, Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Arthur Newell Talbot, C.E., T B IT, Professor of Municipal and Sanitary Engineering. 

Albert Pruden Carman, Sc.D.. 2; E. Professor of Physics. 

Newton Alonzo Wells, M.P.. A T. Professor of Architectural Decoration. 

Morgan Brooks, Ph.B., .M.K., A K K, T r. II. Zi E. Professor of Electrical Engineering. 

James McLaren White, B.S.. <!■ 1' A. T H II. :i; r. Professor of Architectural Engineering. 

Gkorce Alfred Goodenoit.h, M.E.. -I' r A, T B IT, i; i. Professor of Thermodynamics. 

Harrv Harkness Stoek, B.S., E.M.. A *, Professor of Mining Engineering. 

Ernst Julius Berg, M.E., Sc.D.. T B IT. Professor of Electrical Engineering. 

Frederick Mam.akd M \.\n. M.S., C.E., ^V T, :i H, Professor of Architecture and Head of 
the Department. 

Edward Charles Sch.midt, M.E., T B IT, Professor of Raihvay Engineering. 

Charles Russ Richards, M.E.. M.M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head 
of the Department. 

Bruce W. Benedict, Director of the Shop Laboratories of Mechanical Engineering. 

Oscar Adolph Leutwilkk. M.E., :i .\ K. T B II, Assistant Professor of Machine Design. 

Charles Tobias Knipp, Ph.D., T H II. ::; H, Assistant Professor of Physics. 

Frank Oliver Dufour, C.E., G A X, Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering. 

Charles Wesley Malcolm, C.K., A T. T B IT, ^ i. Assistant Professor of Structural En- 
gineering. 

Herbert Fisher Moore, B.S., M.M.E., Assistant Professor of Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics. 

Floyd Rowe Watson. Ph.D., 2 S, Assistant Professor of Physics (on leave). 

Ellery Burton Paine, M.S., E.E.. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. 

Edward Hardenberch Waldo. A.B.. M.E., 4> B K, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engi- 
neering. 

William Frederick Schultz, E.E., Ph.D., I!; 2, Assistant Professor of Physics. 

John Myrox Bryant, B.S., E.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. 

Jacob Kunz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics. 



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John McBeath Snodgrass, B.S., Acacia. 2 S, T B n, Assistciut Professor of Steam Engi- 
neering. 

William Thomas Bawden. A.B., B.S., Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering atvd 
Assistant Professor. 

David Varon, A.D.G.F., Assistant Professor of ArcJiitcctural Design. 

Melvin Lorenius Enger. B.S., C.E.. 2 S. Assistant Professor of Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics. 

Alonzo Morris Buck, AI.E., Assistant Professor of Railu'oy Electrical Engineering. 

Charles Richard Clark, B.S., T B 11, Associate in Architecture. 

Duff Andrew Arrams, C.E.. Assistant in Theoretical ami Applied Mechanics. 

George Conrad Habermeyer, B.S.. T B IT. .-issociatc in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering. 

Virgil R. Fleming, B.S., Associate in Theoretical and .Applied Mechanics. 

Francis Seely Foote, Jr.. E.M.. Associate in Railicay Civil Engineering. 

Harvey Willary Miller, B.S., Associate in General Engineering Draunng. 

James Elmo Smith, B.S., C.E., Associate in Cixil Engineering. 

Francis Church Lincoln, Ph.D., Associate in Mining Engineering. 

Paul Hansen, B.S., Associate in Sanitary Engineering and Engineer for the State Water 
Survey. 




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Eugene Davenport, A T A, A Z. Dean of the College of Agriculture and Professor of 

Thremmatology. M.Agr., Michigan Agricultural College. '78: LL.D. 
Donald McIntosh, V.S., A Z. Professor of J'eterinary Science. 
Isabel Bevier, Ph.M., Professor of Household Science. 

Cyril Georc.e Hopkins. M.S.. Ph.D.. Zi Z. A Z. <!• A T, Professor of Agronomy. 
Herbert Wi.vdsok .Mr.MFOKi). B.S.. A Z. Professor of Animal Husbandry. 
JosEPF CuLLEN Blair, M.S. A., 2 S, A Z, Professor of Pomology. 
Wilbur John Fraser, M.S.. Professor of Dairy Husbandry. 
Harry Sands Grindley, Sc.D.. 2 Z. * A T. Professor of Animal Chemistry. 
Philip Bivier Hawk, Ph.D., A K K, 1 Z, Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 
Charles Spencer Crandall. M.S.. Professor of Pomology. 
Leonard Hegnauer, B.S.. Professor of Crop Production. 
John William Lloyd, M.S. A.. A Z. Professor of Olericulture. 
Jeremiah George Mosier. B.S.. A Z, Professor of Soil Physics. 
James Harvey Pettit, Ph.D., A Z. Professor of Soil Fertility. 
Louie Henrie Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Plant Breeding. 
Cassius Clay Hayden. M.S., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry. 
Hugh Potter Baker. Ph.D., Professor of Forestry. 
Susannah Usher, B.S., Assistant Professor of Household Science. 
William Dietrich, M.S. .A., Assistant Professor of Swine Husbandry. 

Fred Henkv Ra.nki.n, Assistant Professor and Superintendent of Agricultural Extension. 
Louis Dixon Hall. ^LS.. Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry. 
Walter Castella Coffey, M.S., 2) A E, Assistant Professor of Sheep Husbandry. 
Herman Bernard Dorner, M.S., Assistant Professor of Floriculture. 
Nellie Ester Goldthwaite, Ph.D., S S, Assistant Professor of Household Science. 
Jerome Edward Readhimer, Assistant Professor and Superintendent of Soil Fields. 
Aretas Nolan. Assistant Professor of Agriculture Extension. 
Charles Christopher Adams. Ph.D.. Associate in Animal Ecology. 
Charlotte Mitchell Gibbs, A.M.. K K r, Associate in Textiles. 
Nelson William Hepburn, M.S., A Z, Associate in Dairy Manufactures. 



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Henry Perly Rusk, B.S., Associate in Beef Cattle Husbandry. 
Earnest Winfield Bailey, M.S., Associate in Horticulture. 
Daniel Otis Barts, B.S., Associate in Poultry Husbandry. 
RoYDEN Eary Brand, B.S., Associate in Dairy Husbandry. 
William George Eckhakdt, B.S., Associate in Soil Fertility. 
James Lloyd Edmunds, B.S., Associate in Horse Husbandry. 
AxF-L Ferdinand Gustafson, B.S., Associate in Soil Physics. 
IIklena Maude Pincomh. B.S.. .-Issociate in Household Science. 









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Olivkr Albert Harkf.r, 'l- A 'I', Dean of the College of Lazv and Professor of Law. A.B., 

McKendree College, '69; A.^I., McKendree College, '69. 
Frederick Green, A.M., LL.B., •^ T, * A *, Professor of Law. 
Edward Harris Decker. LL.B., 2 A E. '!> A <I>, Professor of Laze. 
JoHx XoRTON PoMEROY, A.M., LL.B.. '^I' T, <I> A <I>, 4> H K, Professor of Law. 
Chester Garfield Vernier, Ph.B., J.D., Professor of Laxv. 
I. Macrice Wormser, A.B., LL.B.. Assistant Professor of Law. 
Robert Llewellyn Henry, Jr.. J.D., B.C.L., Assistant Professor of Law. 

School of Military Science 

Benja.min Clarke Morse, Major Jjth Infantry, U. S. .\rmy. Professor of Military Science 

and Tactics. 
Frederick William Post, Armorer and Administrative Assistant. 




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Charles Henry Mills, D.Mus., F.R.C.O., Professor of Music and Director of the School 

of Music. 
George Foss Schwartz^ A.B., B.M., .-Assistant Professor of Music. 
Mrs. Constance Barlow Smith. Instructor in Sight Singing and Ear Training. 
Albert Austin Hakdinc. '1' K ^I'. Director of the Band and Instructor in Band Instruments. 



School of Library Science 



Phineas Lawrence Windsor, Ph.B., ATA, Librarian and Director of the Library School. 

Frances Simpson, M.E., B.L.S., K K r, * B K, A K, Reference Librarian and Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Library Economy. 

Anna May Price, A.M., B.L.S., Assistant Professor of Library Economy. 

Francis Keese Wynkoop Drury, A.M., B.L.S., Z '^', * B K, Assistant Librarian. 

Albert Sherwood Wilson, A.M., B.D., .Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the 
Library School. 




Department of Physical Training 

George A. Huff, K :i, Director of the Department of Physical Training. 
Gertrude Evelyn Moulton, A.B., Director of Physical Training for Women. 
Harry Lovering Gill, Assistant Director of Physical 'Training for Men. 
Leo Gregory Hana, Director of Men's Gymnasium. 



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LTHOUGH tiir many years the University of Illinois has 
offered advanced students facilities for study and re- 
search in various lines, the Graduate School as a separate 
department was organized in 1802. In 1894 the adminis- 
tration of the school was vested in the Council of Ad- 
ministration, and the Vice-President of the University 
became Dean of the School. In igo6 a separate faculty, 
consisting of a dean and members of the University fac- 
ulty, was provided for. In 1906-07 the Forty-fifth Gen- 
eral Assembly of the State passed an act appropriating 
$50,000 per annum for the support of the Graduate School. 
The School now has an enrollment of about two hundred 
and forty students, thirty of which receive their doctor's 
degree this year. 

The work of the graduate students is vastly differ- 
ent from that of the undergraduates. Regularity of at- 
tendance, wide knowledge, and ability to meet examination tests are of secondary import- 
ance. The principal aim of graduate study is the development of the power of independent 
work and the pri>motion of the spirit of research. The class, lecture, or laboratory course 
is intended to present only the principles or theory of the subject and serve as a guide while 
the student is carrying out his own private reading and research. 

Students are warned against restricting themselves merely to the prescribed courses. 
Each student is expected to do a wide range of private readings and study, even though he 
finds it necessary to go outside his chosen field to do so. 





Seminar Library Lincoln Hall 



Intekior Lincoln Hall 



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Candidates for the Doctorate Degree 

Samuel Herbert Anderson, Cassopolis, Mich. A.B. (Park College) 1902; A.M., 1903. 
Fellow ill Physics. 

M.\Rc;.\RET Lewis Bailey, W'ellsboro. Pa. .\.B. (Cornell University) 1903; A.I\T., 1910. 
Felloiv in German. 

Philip Stephan Barto, Champaign, ill. A.B., 1906; A.M., 1910. (icriuan. 

Stuart Jeffrey Bates, Toronto, Canada. A.B. (iMc^Master University) icp"; A.M., 1909. 
Fellow in Chemistry. 

Charles Francis Briscoe, Urhana, 111. A.B. (Indiana University) 1899; A.M., 1904. 
Bacteriology. 

Opal Burres, Urbana, 111. A.B., 1908. Fellow in Zoology. 

Darwin Orlando Clark, Carthage, Mn. P,..\. (Drury College) 1806. Fcllozv in History. 

David William Cornelius, Linton, Ind. .\.B. (DePauw University) 1906. Fellow in 
Physics. 

William Wells Denton, Detroit. Midi. A.B. (University of Michigan) 1907. Fcllozv in 
Mathematics. 

Louis DeViues, St. Louis, Mo. Ph.D. (Central Wesleyan College) 1907; A.AL (North- 
western L'niversity) 1908. Gcnuaii Literature. 

James Everett Egan, I'rankfdrt, Ind. A.B. (DePanw University) 1908, Fellozi' in In- 
organic Chemistry. 

Hugh Glasgow, Tennessee. A.B., i<x)8. Fcllozv in Entomology. 

Hugh Byron Gordon, Georgetown, Ohio. A.B. (Miami University) 1908; M.S., 1910. 
Chemistry. 

Louis Di.xoN Hall, Champaign, ill. B.S., 1899. Economics. 

Walter Edward Joseph, Hayden, Ind. B.S. (Purdue University) 1907; Fellow in .Ininial 
Flnsbandry. 

Jacob Garrett Kemp, Urbana. 111. A.B., 1906. Fcllozv in Pliysics. 

Leonidas Rosser Littleton, Montgomery, Ala. A.B. (Southern University) 1907; A.AL, 
(Tulane University)' 1910. Fellow in Chemistry. 

Susan Martha Reed, Westfield, Mass. A.B. ( .Mt. Holyoke College) 1907. Fcllozv in 
Flistory. 

Paul Friedrich Reiff, Urbana. Ph.D. (Baslej 1901. Fcllozv in lli.story. 

Ellison Lloyd Ross, Delphas, Kan. B.S. (Iowa State College) 1904. Fcllozv in Chemistry. 

Franklin William Scott, Urbana. .\.B., 1901 ; A.M., ujo^. English. 

Queen Lois Shepherd, Madison, A\'is. A.B. (Northwestern University) 1907: A.M. (Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin) 1910. Fcllozv in Fhilosophy. 

Martin William Steinke, Seattle, Wash. ,\.l'.. ( W'artburg (."nllogc) 1908; A.^\. (Univer- 
sity of Washington) 1910. Scholar in German. 

Earle Kenneth Strachan, Montcllo, Mass. B.S. f Worrlusttr Polytechnic Institute) 
1908. Fellow in Chemistry. 

Maurice Cole Tanquary, Champaign. A.B., 1907. Entomology. 

Charles Manfred Thompson, Champaign. ;\.M., 1910. History. 

Ralph Earle Tieje, Urbana. .X.B., 1910. English. 

Vincent Hollis Todd, Blooming Valley, Pa. A.B. (Harvard University) 1907; /\.M., 1910. 
Fellow in German. 

Albert Lemuel Whiting, Stoughton, Mass. AI.S. (Rhode Island State College) 1910. Fel- 
low in Agronomy. 

Jay Walter Woodrow, Urbana. A.B. (Drake University) 1907; A.B. (O.xford University) 
I'; 10. Physics. 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

President Peter Junkersfeld, '95 

Vice-President Alice Broaddus Clark, '91 

Secretary-Treasurer Frank W. Scott, '01 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

H. M. DuxLAP, '75 T. A. Clark. '90 

1. O. Baker, 74 Aktiicr R. Hall, "oi 

Louis E. Fischer, '98 

\i\ Alumni Association of the University of Illinois, here- 
tofore of inconsequent importance in University affairs, 
has this year hcgun a revision of its constitution with the 
ohject of reorganizing its memhership to assume a more 
active part in the improvement of its .Vlma Mater. 

The president appointed, in the fall of 191 1, a com- 
mittee to aft'ect this work of revision and reorganization. 
The alumni appointed were: S. A. I'.ullard, "7.S ; (\, R. 
Clark, '01; j. X. Chester, '91 ; T. A. Clark, '90; lu-nest 
Ingold. '09; Peter Junkersfeld. '95; D. C. Ketchum, '99; 
W. !•:. King, '97; Geo. E. Ptisterer, '98; S. W. I'arr. '84; 
I-', j. I'ostel. '99; W. H. Rothgeh. '05; R. E. Schreiher, '04; 
Stone, 'o,^ : A. X. Talbot. '81; Miss Darley Thomas, '81; \\ . K. \'eakel, 
'95; W. h^lmer l-'k])la\v. 'lo; and E. J. Mehren, '06. 

Since the appointment of these alumni they have drafted a constitution 
reorganizing the association upon a new and more efficient basis, to take upon 
itself the task of fostering "the spirit of loyalty and fraternity among the grad- 
uates and former students of the University," and elTecting "united action in 
prompting the welfare of the University." This constitution will be submitted 
to the alumni at their spring reunion, for their approval and adoption. 

The alumni are in earnest. They intend to have a share in the development 
of this great institution which they love and venerate as their Alma Mater. No 
selfish purpose is theirs, no ulterior motive their guide. In the fraternal sj^irit 
of Illinois Poyalty they hope to \\ork harmoniously with each other and with 
the friends of the University for the glory of "Old Illinois." 




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Fr.'vnk W. Scott, Secretary 



1911 COMMENCEMENT 




ABOUT OUR CAMPUS 





VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



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Class Colors — Champagne and Cardinal 




CLASS OFFICERS 

First Semester 

John Desmond President 

P. T. Robinson Vice-President 

Eva AIitchell Secretary 

G. D. Bagley Treasurer 

R. W. Booze Sergeant-at-Arms 

Second Semester 

Charles Wham President 

Charles Elliott 
Bernice Harrison 
L. M. Apgar . . 
Otto Springe 



. Vice-President 

. . . Secretary 

. . . Treasurer 

Sergea n t-a t-A rms 




Charles Wham 



John Desmond 



C. I. Newlin Football Manager 

R. J. QuiNN Indoor Basketball Manager 

W. B. PoRTERFiELD Outdoor Basketball Manager 

C. P. Webb Baseball Manager 

W. A. Abbott Track Manager 

R. C. McLarty Hatchet Orator 

F. B. Leonard Class Orator 

Julius Goebel Class Poet 

Mary Barry Class Historian 

Carl Stephens Class Prophet 

H. F. Wagner Valedictorian 

Minnie Vautrin Salutatorjan 



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SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES 

SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE 
Charles Wham, Class President Paul B. Fritchie, Chairman 

L. G. Williams C. A. Lamb H. R. Hedman M. E. Weil C. H. Warnock 

C J Elliott A. Deck man R. H. Nau H. E. Foster C. L. Simons 

A. L. Hall F. X. McGrath H. S. Wilson P. H. McKee A. F. Kendall 

L. M. Apgar E. p. Bradley H. H. Bartells 

SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 

Charles S. Roberts Chairman 

A. J. Bradley R. C. McLarty H. F. Glair Mary Barry C. M. Sullivan 

M. A. Montgomery H. H. Crawford C. E. DeLeuw M. S. ParkhurstW. P. Arnold 
W. H Clare J. V. Stevenson H. F. Kemman 

SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE 

Robert O. Black Cliairiiian 

G. E. Hinchliff a. M. Morris H. C. Hay F. E. Berger F. W. Bauer H. S. Fielder 

SENIOR STAG COMMITTEE 

Giles E. Keithley Chairman 

R. M. Carlson C. O. Fischer C. M. Sullivan M. A. Montgomery 

C. Van Gundy F. C. McNary A. C. VanZandt L. M. Matthews 

V. R. Habrywicz Otto Springe H. E. Kerker E. V. Champion 

SENIOR INVITATION COMMITTEE 

Courtland K. White Chairman 

F. E. Sweitzer R. C. McLarty A. H. Kerndt 

SENIOR CLASS DAY COMMITTEE 

NoRRis N. Hitch Chairman 

C. M. Kennan Alice Thayer Mildred Talbot 

SENIOR CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE 

Raymond G. Real Chairman 

W. C. Berk MEYER P. B. Lauher Alta Chipps 

Mamie Baldwin Wilma Ponder 

SENIOR BREAKFAST COMMITTEE 

Eva Mitchell Chairman 

Amelia Gay C. J. Newlin R. F. Quinn 

Kathkrink Lewis Georgia Fleming 




MoNTGDMEKY CKAVVl'CtKU 

Bradley Sullivan Kemman DeLeuw 

Arnold Roberts Miss Barry McLarty Stevenson 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 





SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 



i\ the pellucid autumn of 1908 the omnipotent class of 
19 1 2 aroused the old University from a nap that she has 
since not been given a chance to resume. Though there 
have been other classes on our campus, for all the noise 
they made they might as well have been running a co- 
operative dental parlor in a poultry yard. 

just briefly to lay before you a few of the accom- 
plishments of old Twelve, let us pause a moment for re- 
,^^^^mJ!l,^,^^^ir-''^^^^ flection. In 1908, Lincoln Hall, the Physics Building, 
the Natural Histor}' annex were asleep in the deep. The Library loan desk was 
then about the size of a Campbellite pul])it — only one or two souls could be 
waited upon at a time. Prexy and Thommy six)rted little two by four offi- 
ces in the garret, while the card catalogue was about the size of a family medi- 
cine chest. 

Such then in part were the disgusting conditions that leered at the class of 
1912, when its noble members girded up their loins and resolved to show what 
high minded energ}' could do. Faltered they one moment at the gloomy pros- 
pect before them? Ah no. lielieved they deep down in their palpitating bosoms 
that success would be theirs ? Ah. yes. 

I'ehold the fruition of the carefully nurtured seedling, Do or Die. After four 
years of "Twelve" administration gaze upon a Lincoln Hall, with its magnificent 
seminars, its marble stairway, its wonderful elevator and cloistered halls, and its 
luxuriant rest room for the professors. Could you conjure up a more fitting 
memorial for a class to leave? But old Twelve could not think of stopping with 
this. 

Turn to the north and consider the new^ Physics Building, with its con- 
science-stricken professors singing lullabys to the delicate instruments. This 
handsome, myriad-windowed edifice was reared, moistened by the laborious per- 
spiration from many tortured brows, amid the encouraging plaudits of the re- 
nowned class of 1912. 

And then to set the stars in old Twelve's crown before the sun goeth down, 
stand before the gorgeous senior memorial, erected in the fragrant and hyacin- 
thine center of the renowned peach orchard, and venture to squeak that old 
Twelve has not left behind her the most magnificent fussing settee that has ever 
been permitted to feel the heavenly sunshine of satisfaction. 

What more, then, need we say? Simply this: "Well done good and faith- 
ful servants of old Twelve." 



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ILLINI SEN'. ORS 



ARTHUR WILLIAM ABBOTT Chicago 

Agriculture 

* r A 

Scabbard and Blade; Major Cadet Regiment; Var- 
sity Track Team (3) (4) 



M D ABXEY 
Philomathean 



Harrisburg 



Science 



HERBERT AUGUSTU.3 ACER 

Business 
^ T 
Varsity Dancing Club 



Medina, New York 



RHODA GILMOUR ADRIANCE Johnstown, Pa. 

Literature and Arts 
Woman's Athletic Association 



WALTER WILFORD AINSWORTH Chandlerville 

Literature and Arts 

X B 

Glee Club (2)' (3) (4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet and Council (4) ; Vice-President 
Y. M. C. A. (4) ; Freshman Varsity Football (2) ; Var- 
sity Track Squad (3) ; Class Football (4) ; Varsity 
Football Squad (3) ; Commercial Club; Lincoln League 



RUSSELL HAMRICK ALBIN Geneva 

Literature and Arts 
Adelphic; Cosmopolitan Club; Union Dramatic 
Club; Mask and Bauble; Lincoln League Senate 



New Acacia Call — "Hey Duke, Hey Duke" 
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ILLINI SENIORS 



ARTHUR JOSEPH ALBRECHT Tiskilzva 

Literature and Arts 
Acacia 
Band (i) (2) (3) (4); Glee and Mandolin Club (3) 



HAZEL ELLEN ALKIRE 

Literature and Arts 

A n 



RALPH ALLEN, JR. 

Agriculture Club 



Agriculture 



ORR ALLYN 



Agricultural Club 



Agriculture 
A Z 



GUY V. ANDERSON 

Agriculture 
X * 
Varsity Swimming Team (2) 



Greenview 



Delavan 



Hope, Kansas 



Chicago 




Urbana 



LEO MAHLON APGAR 

Electrical Engineering 
Illinois Union Dramatic Club; Preliminary Honors: 
Staff of "Maid of the Moon" (3) ; Varsity Fencing 
Team (3) ; Captain in University Regiment (4) ; As- 
sistant Treasurer Illinois Union (4) : Senior Smoker 
Committee (4) ; Circus Manager (4) ; Senior Ball Com- 
mittee (4) ; Class Treasurer (4) ; Engineering Dance 
Committee (4) ; Member A. I. E. E. 




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ILLINI SENIORS 



GROVER SAMUEL ARBUCKLE Brocton 

Mechanical Engineering 

A 2 * 

Students Section American Society Mechanical En- 
gineers; Preliminary Honors; Class Basketball (2) (3) 
(4) ; Class Baseball (2) (3) (4) 



WILLIAM PRICE ARNOLD Beach, N. D. 

Laiv 
Ionian ; Onyx Club ; John Marshall Law Club ; Class 
President (i); Class Debate (i) (2)'; Class Bowling 
(i) (2) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee (2) ; 1912 
Illio Business Staff (3); 1911 Home Coming Commit- 
tee (4) ; Senior Memorial Committee (4) 



LOUISE ARMSTRONG Fenton, Mich. 

Literature and Arts 

A X fi; lUiola; * A ^; K A X 



P1<:ARL WINIFRED ASHTON Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Household Science 



CHARLES WILLIAM ATTEBERY 

Agricnlttire 
Agricultural Club 



Hillsboro 



GLEN DAVID BAGLEY Elgin 

Electrical Engineering 
T B n ; H K N ; E. E. Society 
Captain Signal Corps; Class Treasurer 19U-1912; 
Preliminary Honors 



"He is as disproportionate in his nuiuncrs as in liis shape." — "Puo" Parkkr, 9 A X 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



OSCAR ROLAND BAINES 

Literature and Arts 
* B K: A K X 

Preliminary Honors: Scribblers' Club 



Urbana 



LAURA MIXERVA BAKER 

Literature and Arts 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2) (3) (4) 



JVhite Hall 



MAMIE ANNA BALDWIN 

Literature and Arts 

K A e 

Senior Cap and Gown Committee (4) 



Rock ford 



GENEVA MAE BANE Pontiac 

Household Science 
<!> B 
Athenian Literary Society ; Household Science Club ; 
Le Cercle Frangais 



JULIET LITA BANE Pontiac 

Household Science 

4> B 

Athenean Literary Society; Household Science 
Club; Le Cercle Frangais ; Agriculturist Staff 



MARY CORDELIA BARRY Champaign 

Literature and Arts 
* B; * A ^ 
Alethenai Literary Society; Le Cercle Frangais; Ad- 
visory Board Woman's League (3) ; President Woman's 
League (4); Y. \\\ C. A. Cabinet (2) (3) (4)'; Illio 
Board (3) ; Senior Memorial Committee (4) 



"Open the windows, boys — 'Cork' Sullivan is going to cuss" 

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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



HENRY HARRISON BARTELLS Camp Point 

Ceramics ; Acacia 

Class Baseball (i) : Junior Prom Committee (3); 
Senior Smoker Committee (4) ; Senior Ball Commit- 
tee (4) 



FRANKIJN WILLIAM BAUER Compton 

Literature and Arts 
T A; A K X: Phenix 

Freshman Varsity Baseball ; Varsity Baseball Squad 
(i); Varsity Football Manager; Junior Smoker Com- 
mittee ; Senior Hat Committee. 



ARTHUR EDWARD BAUM 

Literature and Arts 
* 2 K 



Morris 



KENNETH BEBB Chicago 

Agriculture 

Scabbard and Blade ; Onyx Dancing Club ; Lincoln 
League Senate: Glee and Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4) ; 
Class Basketball ; Captain University Regiment 



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MABEL FLORENCE BEBB Muskogee, Okla. 

Literature and Arts 
* B 
Household Science Club 



nT.T\-F RUTH BECKINGTON 

Literature and Arts 
Roast Editor of Girl's Issue of Siren 



Belvidere 



"Conceit, thou hast in me a boon companion." — Pate, K Z 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



CYRENIUS BEERS. JR. 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club 



Knox, Ind. 



JEFFERSON HALL BELT 

Electrical Engineering 
Preliminary Honors 



Saybrook 



CHARLES HENRY BELTING Urbana 

Agriculture 
T A: A Z 

Phenix ; Freshman Varsity Football (i); Track 
(2) ; Varsity Football (2) (3) ; Varsity Track (3) (4) 



PAUL EVERETT BELTING Urbana 

Literature and Arts 
TA:KAn:4>BK 
Freshman Varsity Football (2) ; Varsity Football 
(3) 



WALTER CHARLES BERKEMEYER. East St. Louis 
Architectural Engineering 

Architectural Club; Mandolin Club: Eg\'ptian Club: 
Captain in Regiment: Senior Cap and Gown Commit- 
tee (4) 



ALICE BIESTER Belvidere 

Household Science 

Household Science Club ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4) 



From a window in Art and Design — "See. there's Dr. Bagley just getting out of his machine' 
"Oh, I wonder who's sick." — Hazel Goddard, A X fi 

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VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



DE WITT BILLMAN East St. Louis 

Law 
<!> A A 

Order of the Coif; Egyptian Club; Philomathean ; 
John Marshall Law Club ; Junior Cap Committee ; 
Preliminary Honors. 



ROBERT OVERTOX BLACK Urbana 

Literature and Arts 
Class Football (i) (2) ; Varsity Squad (3) ; Chair- 
man Senior Hat Committee 



EVA BLAIR 

Household Science 
Household Science Clul) 



Arthur 



EDWARD BROW BLAISDELL Fall River, Mass. 

Science 

A T n 

Helmet: Ku Klux Klan ; Shield and Trident; Glee 
Club ('09) Cio) ; Freshman Varsity Basketball; Soph- 
omore Emblem Committee; Junior Cap Committee; 
Junior Council (Student's Union) ; Class Baseball (3) ; 
ii;ij Illio Board 



AUGUSTA i:leaxor bond 

Literature and Arts 
A A 'I> 



Urbana 



GRACE MAY BOOKWALTER 

Literature and Arts 
Der Deutsche Verein 



Gardner 



But a knowledge of calculus will never vuiL-c a girl fall in love ivitli you.—FwL Rich, 15 9 IT 

[42I 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 



ILLINI SENIORS 



RALPH WALKER BOOZE Sullivan 

Railway Electrical Engineering 

S N; Ku Klux 



LANG FULTON BOWMAN 

Science 

2 M P 



Olney 



HECTOR JULIO BOZA Lima, Pent 

B.S. (Rolla School of Mines) 191 1 

Civil Engineering 

K 2: T R n 

Chess and Checker Club 



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ARTHUR JAMES BRADLEY Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Architecture 

S A E 

Scarab; Helmet; Ku Klux; Sophomore Cotillion 
Committee (2) ; Junior Prom Committee (3) ; Senior 
Memorial Committee (4) 



EUGENE PATRICK BRADLEY St. Louis, Mo. 

Mechanical Engineering 
2 A E 
Shield and Trident: Helmet; Senior Ball Committee 
(4) 



EUGENIA BRADLEY 

Literature and Arts 



Loda 



"Why is the Art and Design ig class like a regiment of cavalry?" "They passed in review 
on their ponies." 

[43] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



i 



ILLINI SENIORS 



CHARLES WILLIAM BREMNER La Grange 

Civil Engineering 

AS* 

Illinois Union Dramatic Club; Civil Engineers Club; 
Maid of the Moon (3)'; Class Baseball (3) ; 191 1 Home- 
coming Committee (4) 



CLARA MABLE BROOKS 

Library Science 
S K 

Yd Ma ; Illiola Literary Society 



Saunemin 



#^»M««JL 



ROBERTA MARGARET BROWN 

Household Science 



OSCAR ERNEST BULKELEY 

Civil Engineering 
$ r A ; T B n 

(Jraduate of Knox College 



ARTHUR ERNEST BURW ASH 

Agriculture 
Track Team ('10) ('11) 



Ashton 



Butte, Mont. 



Savoy 



ROLAND GLENN BUTLER Urbana 

Mechanical Engineering 

A 2 * 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Class 
I'ootball (3) (4) 



As a last resort, I acquired some bangs, so that J might get into the lllio— Fay Armstrong, 



[44] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




ILLINI SENIORS 



GLEXX DOUGLAS BUTZER Hillsdale 

Civil Engineering 
Shield and Trident ; Varsity Football (08-09) ; Cap- 
tain \'arsity Football (3) ; Varsity Baseball (4) 



DONALD ERSKINE BUYERS 

Mechanical Engineering 
Student Member A. S. M. E. 



Sterling 



MORTOX RUSSELL CARLSON Moline 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club; Class Football (3) (4); Senior 
Stag Committee (4) 



JOSE ORIOL CARRERO Sol. St. Mayagiiez P. R. 

Chemical Engineering 

* A T 

Chemical Cluh; Spanish Club 



ROY RUDY CARTER Jacksonville 

Civil Engineering 
Assistant in General Engineering Drawing 



FLORA M. CASE Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

Illiola Literary Society; Library Club; Preliminary 
Honors; Y. W. C. A., First Cabinet (2) (3) 



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'Yes, I wear a mustache to keep from being mistaken for a bell boy" — Moshier, Acacia 

[45] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



HAROLD CLAYTON M. CASE Urbana 

Agriculture 

A Z 

Illinois Agriculturist Staff (4) ; Agricultural Club 



HAROLD SMITH CASH 

Agriculture 
* S K 



Harvard 



^ 



^j 



ELIZABETH HENRIETTA CASS 
Literature and Arts 

K K r 



Chicago 



LUCIUS ORVILLE CHAMBERLAIN Champaign 
Railway Civil Engineering 



EDWIN VAN METER CHAMPION Mansfield 

Law 
'P K ^ ; <I> A 4> 

Helmet; Shield and Trident; Yoxan ; Captain Class 
Baseball (i) (2)' (3); President Athletic Association; 
Senior Stag Commi'ttec (4) 



\' UN-DIN CHONZUN CHANG Shanghai, China 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club: Stuck'nts' Clul) 



"Blessings on thee, little »tan."— Jack Schwartzkopf, * r A 

[46] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



DENISOX W. CHAPMAN 

Civil Engineering 



Chicago 



ARTHUR MELTON CHAVOUS Columbus, Ohio 
Electrical Engineering 



HOWARD LOVEWELL CHENEY Chicago 

Architecture 
A K E; T B n 

Architectural Club ; Freshman Varsity Football (3) : 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Captain (3) ; Freshman 
Varsity Track (3) ; Varsity Football Squad (4) ; Var- 
sity Track (4) 



ALTA FFRNE CHIPPS 

Literature and Arts 

A X n 

Senior Cap and Gown Committee (4) 



Sullivan 



ROBERT H. CLARKE Noblesville, Ind. 

Railway Electrical Engineering 



WTLLLAM GLADSTOXK CLARK Carthage 

Agriculture 

A Z 

Scabbard and Blade: Agriculturist Staff (3) ; Editor 

Illinois Agriculturist (4) ; Captain University Regiment 

(4) ; Agricultural Dance Committee (4) ; Agricultural 

Club 



Man at Kappa House door: "Where are the door bell batteries?" 
Helen Fairfield, innocently : "I don't know. I ain't had 'em." 

[47] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



JOEL SIMMONDS COFFEY Hopejnd. 

Agriculture 
A Z 
Agricultural Glee Club; Agricultural Clul) 



lOIIX ROBERT COVILLE Galesburg 

Electrical Engineering 
T B n; H K N 
Bachelor's Club 



CARL COLVIN Olney 

Agriculture 

A Z 

Iris; President Adelphic ; Agricultural Club; Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet (12); Assistant Business Manager of 
Illinois Agriculturist; Sophomore Class Secretary; Star 
Course Manager (4) 



VALENTIN CONFESOR Cabatnan. Iloilo Province 
Philippines 

Electrical Engineering 
Cosmopolitan Club ; E. E. Society ; Student Member, 
A. I. E. E. ; Philippine Government Student (08) 



ARTHUR FOSTER CONNARD 

Mechanical Engineering 
T K E 

Onyx Dancing Club 



Decatur 



EDWIN LEWIS CONNELL Joliet 

Electrical Engineering 

T B n 

A. I. E. E. ; E. E. Society; Bachelor's Club; Preli- 
minary Honors 



The essence of affectedness—C. K. White 
[48] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



HERBERT HARPER CONSTANT Springfield 

Mechanical Engineering 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 



DELMAR GROSS COOKE Piper City 

Literature and Arts 



LEON JOSEPH CORBEV Elgin 

Architecture 
Architectural Club; University Orchestra (i) (3); 
Engineering Dance Committee (4) 



JAMES HENRY COULTER 

Cii'il Engineering 
\'arsity Fencing Squad (11) 



Pittsfietd 



HAROLD HAMILTON CRAWFORD 

Rochester, Minn. 

Architecture 
Acacia: Scarab: Art Editor IQ13 Illio: President 
Technograph Board ; Senior Memorial Committee ; Dope 
Sheet Staff (4) 



LUVERN HENRIETTA CRAWFORD Champaign 
Literature and Arts 





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•4 

i 



''Let his mind once get head in its favorite direction, 
And the torrents of verse burst the dams of reflection." — Prof. Paul 

[49] 




VNIVER-SITY OF ILLINOIS 






ILLINI SENIORS 



WILLIAM LESLIE CROW Chatham 

Literature and Arts 

A n 

Le Cercle FrariQais ; Ionian Literary Society 



LOUIS EDWIN DALLEXBACH Champaign 

Science 
A T 
Scabbard and Blade; Captain of Regiment 



CHESTER W. DAVIS Holton.Kan. 

Agriculture 
* A ft : A r p 
Phenix; Varsity I-'ootball (2) (3) (4); Varsity 
Water Polo ('10) ; Freshman Varsity Football (i) 




JOHN WALKER DAVIS 

Ciz'il linginccring 

T H n 
Triangle 



Poseyville, Ind. 



FRANK CLIFFORD DEAN La Moille 

Journalism 
T K E: ^ A X 
Scril)blcrs: Finian Literary Society: Lincoln League 
Senate: Managing Editor The Daily Illini (4); Editor 
The Summer Illini (3) ; Illinois Magazine Board (4) 



ARTHUR DECUMAN Chicago 

Chemical Engineering 
A :i <I': A X :2 
American Chemical Society: Chemical Clul): Class 
Vice-President (3) ; Class Football (4); Smoker Com- 
mittee (4); Chairman Chemical Dance Committee; 
Senior Ball Committee (4) 



•IV hen Prof. Daniels dies. I supfose he will apologize to the doctor for kicking the bucket" 

f50] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 



ILLINI SENIORS 



EVA AMES DEDRICK 

Literature and Arts 
A Z S 



Geneseo 



CHARLES EDMUND DELEUW 
Civil Engineering 
* A e 



Jacksonville 






IRVING POLHEMUS DeMOOT Crookston,Mimi. 
Literature and Arts 
Onyx Club 



y 



HERBERT G. DERRY 

Electrical Engineering 



Vermont 



JOHN JOSEPH DESMOND Woodstock 

Electrical Engineering 

* K 

Junior Prom Committee ; Class President (4) ; Class 
Baseball (3) 



Ia rjt 



F. R. DEWEND 

Architectural Engineering 



Moline 



Professor Hays: Miss Hoskins will you please name the three kinds of weak minded people? 
Muss Edna Hoskins : Idiots, imbeciles, and moraines 

[51] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



W ILLIAM HOVEV DEWEY 

Literature and Arts 

Ben 



Peoria 



ROBERT WJLLIAM DICKENSON 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club; Varsity Track Team (4) 



Paris 



CHESTER CHARLES DILLON 

Science 

K A n 



Normal 



HARRY ALLEN DOANE 

Electrical Engineering 
Electrical Engineering Society 



Sycamore 



WILFRED MORAX DOHERTY St. Charles 

Law 
Order of the Coif; Freshman Honors, Literature and 
Arts; Preliminary Honors, Law: Class Football (3) 
(4) 



OTIS BOND DORSEY 

Electrical Elngineering 
Electrical Engineering Society 



Perry 



'Keitlilcy says" 



[52] 



MiLarty. X B 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



THOMAS DUXX 

Business Admmistration 
A T r> 
Yoxan ; Junior Prom Committee 



Mol'me 



PHILIP R. DUXTOX ManluUMii. Kan. 

Mechanical Engineering 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 



ELAIR DILW'ORTH DUVAL Omaha, Xebr. 

Railway Civil Engineering 

Ilus 



EDWARD LOUIS EAGLE S treat or 

Lazv 

Order of the Coif: John Marshall Moot Court: 
Phihimathean Literary Society: Preliminary Honors in 
Law School 



MELVILLE J. EAMES 

Medicine 



Blue Island 



CLARA MARY ECKHARDT Dayton, Ohio 

Household Science 

ASA:<i'A>I':*BK 

Executive Committee Woman's League (4) : House- 
hold Science Club 



Build us a Union Club house, oh my soul! Harry Weber, A K E 

[53] 




VXITVFRSriT OF ILLlNUib 



ILLINI SENIORS 



LOUISE MABELLE EISZNER 

Literature and .Irts 



•I II UP RAYMOND ELFSTROM 
Ciz'il Engineering 



Chicago 



Batavia 



CHARLES JOHN ELLIOTT Streator 

Agriculture 

Class Emblem Committee (2) ; Class Treasurer (3; 
Circulation Aianager of the Illinois Agriculturist (4) ; 
President Agricultural Club (4) ; Treasurer Agricul- 
tural Dance Committee (4); Horticultural Club; Class 
Vice-President (4) ; Senior Ball Committee (4) 



ORLAND I. ELLIS 



Agricultural Club 



Agriculture 



D wight 



:L)iTll AlAE ELMENDORF 

Household Science 



Morrison 



JOHN LOUIS ERNST East St. Louis, Mo. 

Architectural Engineering 
Architectural Club 



Hark- f hear a roaring, mother, hark, the thunder rolling high. 
Hush, my child, ynu sec that's Clara and her .■irtie passing by. 

I 54] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



ALEXANDER W. ERSKINE 

Ciz'il Engineering 
Triangle; Lieutenant Cadet Regiment (3) 



Oak Park 



XELLIE TAXXER ERSKIXE Hawardeu Sask.Can. 
Literature and Arts 

A n 



ARTHUR THOMPSON EVANS Wellington 

Science 
Iris; Class Football ( i ) (2) (3) (4) ; Class Baseball 
(3) ; mini Board Control (3) ; Sergeant University 
Regiment 



WILLIAM HOWARD I'WRXUM 

Architectural Engineering 
Architectural Club 



Danville 



PER ALEXAXDER FAUST Rock Island 

Mechan ical Engineering 



LOUIS EUGEXE FAYART 

Literature and Arts 
* A A 
mini Staff (3) 



Springfield 



^^^^Hn *~ <^^E 





'Mama, mama, who w that boy who is always looking like he's going to say 'whoaf 
'There, there, Flossie, that is Mr. Herbert of the Daily Illini." 

[55] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MARRY FEDDE 

Electrical Ettgineering 



Peotone 



W'lXIFRED FEHREXKAMP Milwaukee, Wis. 

Library Science 

AAA 

Entered from Wisconsin University 
' 15 . . . 



CLAREXXE WILLIAM PICK IVinnfield, La. 

Electrical Engineering 
Student Member A. I. E. E. ; Class Basketball (2) 

(.3) (4) 



JAMES STUART FINDLEY Wichita, Kan. 

Ciz'il Engineering 

Kansas Clnb : Uivil Engineering Club; A. B. Friends 
University W icliita, Kansas 



CHESTER OWEN FISCHER 



St. Louis, Mo. 



Laze 
K :i; ; •!> A <I> : 2 A X 

Shield and Trident: Yoxan : Kii Klux : Shomeez ; 
Pan-Hellenic Council: Class F(Mitball (i) (2) (4); 
J*>esliman Baseball Manager (i); Sophomore Cotillion 
Committee (2): Dope Sheet (3): Business Manager 
1912 Illio; Athletic Editor Daily lUini (4); President 
Lincoln League (4); 191 i Home-coming Committee 
Jmn'or Prom Committee (3); Senior Stag Committee 
(4; 

LAUT^A ESTELLE FISHER Kimmnndy 

Literature and .Irts 

* B K 

First Cabinet Y. W. C. A.; Volunteer Band; Le 
Cercle Frangais: El Circulo Espanol 



'/Ificr nature made him she broke the mould."— Pape, K :S 



[56] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



LEWIS \EBI\GER FISHER 

Cii-il Engineering 

T B n 

T.iangle 



Decatur 



HARRISON OBEDIAH FLATT 

Literature and Arts 



Carrollton 



GERTRUDE WALLACE FLEMING . . Champaign 

Literature and Arts 

* A ^ 

Illiola Literary Society; Scribblers' Club; Illinois 
Magazine Board 



GEORGIA ELIZABETH FLEMING Chamtaign 

Household Science 

Illiola Literary Society: Household Science Club; 
Senior Breakfast Committee (4) 



JOHN GOODFELLOW FLEMING 

Architecture 
Architectural Club ; Philomathean 



Chanipaig)i 



HERBERT EDWARD FOSTER Attica, Lnd. 

Architectural Engineering 

2 X 

Shield and Trident ; Chairman of Junior Prom Com- 
mittee (3) : Interscholastic Manager (4) ; Senior Ball 
Committee (4) 



Junior — "What's the trouble. Light?' 

Light — "Aiv. the felUnv next to vie in T. & A. M. 6 snored so loud that I couldn't sleep'' 

[57] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



■m 



\ 



/t- 



VIOLA CONSTAXCIA FRASER 

Library Science 



Lead, S. Dak. 



PAUL BUCHER FRITCHEV Olney 

Literature and Arts 

K 2 

Business Manager Illinois Magazine : Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (4)': Recorder Y. M. C. A.; Membership Com- 
mittee of Lincoln League; Egyptian Club; Commercial 
Club ; Chairman Senior Ball Committee (4) ; President 
of Salesmanship Class (4) 



IREXE MASOX FUXK 

Literature and Arts 
Classical Club 



Kcrnan 



RALPH JOHX CAREER 

Agriculture 



Gibson City 



JAMES IIARLAX GARDNER Tiskilwa 

Agriculture 
ATP 
Iris; Chairman Sophomore Emblem Committee (2) 



RALPH PILLSBURY GATES Chicago 

Chemistry 
* r A ; A X 2 
Helmet; Varsity Basketball (2) (3) (4); Freshman 
Varsity Basketball (i); Class Baseball (i) (2) (4) 



'It's easy girls if you only had the eyes."—"MAGGU-." Harris, K A 

[58] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



AMELIA GAY Rock Port 

Literature and Arts 

S K: * A ^I' 

Illiola Literary Society; Deutscher Verein ; Senior 
Breakfast Committee (4) 



HARRY FORREST GEIST 

Electrical Engineering 
Varsity Gymnasium Team (2) (3) (4) 



Aurora 



\\ILLL\M SUMXER GEXTRY Frankfort. Ind. 

Architectural Engineering 
A T 
Ku Klux; Helmet; .Military liaiid (i) (2) (3) (4); 
Crystal Dancing Club ( i ) 



BEX GEST Rock Island 

Architectural Engineering 
Cosmopolitan Club; A.B., Augustana College ('03) 



ARTHUR SOLOMOX GIDDIXGS Champaign 

Electrical Engineering 

Electrical Engineering Society (i) (2) (3) (4)' 



PAUL HARXED GILLAN Champaign 

Architectural Engineering 

S A E ; T B n 

Entered from Wisconsin University as a Junior 



'I can't help it 'cause I'm historical." — Inez Downing, A n 

[59] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



Hv» 



ILLINI SENIORS 



W'lXFIELD CORWIX GILMORE Paxton 

Law 

Iris : Ionian Literary Society : John Marshall Court 
Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; Class Baseball (i) (2) 
(3) ; Class Football (4) ; Class Bowling (3) 



DKLBKRT GEORGE GIRTOX Jacksonville 

Literature and Arts 

A T: A K X 

Helmet ; Orange and Blue Dancing Clul) : Class Foot- 
ball (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball (3); Class Bowling 
(2) (3) (4) 



1IARR\- FRANKLIN GLAIR Chicago 

Mechanical Engineering 

Z ^ 

Ku Klux; Helmet: Mandolin Club (i) (2): Glee 
Club (3) (4): Varsity Dancing Club; Freshman Var- 
sity ]uiseball ; Sophomore Class Baseball ; Junior Cap 
Committee; Senior Memorial Committee: Business 
Manager Glee and Mandolin Clul) (3) (4) 



GALEN VAX REXSSELAER GLOYD 

Architecture 
Z A E 
Scarab ; Yoxan 



Macomb 



ri'.ARL iiazi:li".tt goben 

Household Science 
X 9.: ^ A <\' 



Danville 



JULIUS LUDWIG GOEBEL. JR. Urhana 

Literature and Arts 

Adelphic; Cadet Hop Committee (2); Sophomore 
Emblem Committee (2) ; Illini Staff (3) ; Harris Politi- 
Science Prize (3) ; Editor of Siren (4) ; Varsity Swim- 
ming Team (4) ; University Orchestra (i) (2) (3) 



"Can't you smell my hair tonic?" — Dean Mkykr 

[60] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




ILLINI SENIORS 



LOUISE KATHRYX GOEBEL Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

* B K: * A 4' 

Alethenai Literary Society ; Freshman Honors ; Pre- 
liminary Honors 



.« 



FRANK ELLWOOD GOODIXG Peoria 

Mechanical Rugincerinq 
Student Branch of American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers ; Bradley Club 



BYNE FRANCES GOODMAN 

Literature and Arts 
A S A : K A n : <t> R K 

Historical Ciul) 



Chavipaign 



CHARLES GORDON Chicago 

Electrical Railway Engineering 
Preliminary Honors 



FRED GUYON GORDON Vandalia 

Municipal and Sanitary E)igineering 

T B n 



WILLIS GAYLORD GORDON Towanda.Pa. 

Electrical Engineering 

H K N 



A 



'Somebody call me at daybreak, fellows, but don't let the sun rise too blamed early." — Ben 
Wilson, ATA. 

[6i] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 



JUIIX EUBANKS GOSSETT Champaign 

Business 
Freshman Water Polo and Swimming Teams (i) ; 
Varsity Water Polo and Swimming Teams (i) (2) (3) 
(4): Captain of Swimming Team (3); Varsity Foot- 
l.all Squad (4) 



LOUIS HILL GOURLEV Springfield 

Literature and Arts 

A fi: K A n; <!> H K 
French CIiiIk Italian Club; German Club; Spanish 
Club 



FLORENCE HARRIET GRABBE 
Household Science 
Household Science Club 



Urbana 




LESTER HERBERT GRAVES WUmette 

Electrical Engineering 

Z vf' ; E K N 

Phenix ; Scabbard and Blade ; Helmet ; Lincoln 
League Senate: Major University Regiment; Class Bas- 
ketball (I) (2; (3) 



HOWARD RUGGLES GREEX Amboy 

Civil Engineering 
2 A E 
1912 Illio Board : Editor Dope Sheet (4) 



JOSEPH PEACOCK GREEX Chicago 

Agriculture 
A T 
Helmet; Sophomore Cotillion Committee 



Olive Lucius, looking for a seat on the train and grabbing Frits Wagner's shoulder by mis- 
take — "Oh, girls, here's one." 

[62] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



LONSDALE GREEN. JR. Chicago 

Mechanical Engineering 

* A e 

Helmet: Swimming Team (2 (3) (4); Freshman 
Varsity Football : Senior Class Football 



-» /^ 



SAMUEL ELZA GREGG 

Mechanical Engineering 



Rantoul 



DONALD KAREL GROVES Chicago 

Literature and Arts 

T A 

Class Baseball (i) (2) (3); Vice-President Jnnior 

Class Second Semester; Illinois Union Dramatic Club; 

Mask and Bauble Cast, 191 1; Business Manager Illinois 

Union Dramatic Club, 1012 



EVANGELINE EUNICE GROVES Champaign 

Literature and Arts 
Athenean Literary Society ; First and Second Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinets (3) (4) 



T 



PERCY WILCOX GUMAER Buffalo, N. Y. 

Electrical Engineering ; Literature and Arts 
Easterner Club: Water Polo (3) (4) 



CHARLES LEROY GUSTAFSON Boone, Iowa 

Architecture 

e A X 

Yoxan: Scarab: Architectural Club; Glee Club (2) 
(3) (4); Illio Art Board (3) (4) 



7/ Sears got loose would Katherine Chase f" 
[63] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



VALEXTIXE BERXARD HABRYL 
Electrical Engineering 
Class Football (3) (4) 



Chicago 



THOMAS LLOYD HAINES Ttirlock,Cal. 

Business Administration 

Ben 



ALBERT LEANDER HALL Waukegan 

Law 
A T A; ^ A <!> 

Shield and Trident ; Yoxan ; Ku Klux ; Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad ; Freshman Varsity Basketball ; 
Class Football (2) (3) ; Varsity Football (4) ; Varsity 
Basketball (2) (3) (4'' : Seninr Ball Committee (4) 



HOMER HALL Belvidere 

Literature and Arts 

Ionian; Scribblers' Club; Illinois Magazine Staff 



AMY IRWIX HAMPTON Muscatine, hiwa 

Music 
Achoth ; Athenean Literary Society; Preliminary 
Honors; Y. W. C. A. Second Caliinet (4) 



ALFRED CHESTER HAXFORD 

Literature and Arts 
* B K; K A n 
Philomathean ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) 



Carbondale 



"Say, Butzer. just zchat did you say to Saucr at the Chicago game?" 

[64] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



JOHN PAUL HANNA Aurora 

Architecture 
* K 4'; T B n 
Yoxan ; Scarab; Glee Club (3) (4) (5); President 
Glee and Mandolin Clubs (4) (s) ; Preliminary Hon- 
ors; University of Texas, '08 



PHILLIP SYDNEY HANNA Aurora 

Business 
* K -^ 

Helmet; Yoxan; Glee and Mandolin Club (i) (2) 
(3) ; Band (i) (2) (3) ; University Orchestra (i) (2) ; 
Sophomore Cotillion Committee; Pan-Hellenic Council 



VIGGO HANSEN 

Civil Engineering 
* 2; K 
Junior Smoker Committee (Class '11) 



Morris 



CLAUDE LEROY HANSON 

Civil Engineering 

T B n 



Batavia 



JOSEPHINE ALICE HAPPER 

Science 
Achoth ; Household Science Club 



Morrison 



GEORGE A. HARNACK 

Civil Engineering 
Civil Engineering Club 



Champaign 



7 think it's mean, the way the Pi Phis are roasted for spooning. We aren't a bit worse than 
the Chi Omegas." — Clara Swigart, n B * 

[65] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 





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ILLINI SENIORS 



BERXICE HARRISON 

Literature and Arts 

K A n 

Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet ('ii) 



Champaign 



HAZEL CHARLOTTE HART 

Literature and Arts 
Le Cercle Franqaise; Spanish Club 



Champaign 



SUSAX ALICE HASH BosweUJnd. 

Literature and Arts 

A o n 

Woman's Athletic Association; Captain Basketball 
Team (2j 



EGBERT JOSHUA HASSELQUIST Roek Island 
Mechanical Engineering 



CLAREXCE IRWIX HAVEX Greenfield 

Mnnicipal and Sanitary Enginee>-ing 
Triangle 



'OHX B. IIAWLEY Aspen, Colo. 

.irchitecture 
Architectural Club 



•'Hi Boys!"— Artie Ogle 
[66] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




ILLINI SENIORS 



DON LLEWELYN HAYS Billings, Mont. 

Electrical Engineering 
Electrical Engineering Society; A. L E. E. ; Trans- 
ferred from Armour Institute of Technology 



HARRY X. HAYS 



Bement 



Agriculture 



HERBERT R. HED.MAX Chicago 

Science 
Z N 
Shield and Trident; Varsity Track Manager (4); 
1912 Illio Board; Varsity Dancing Club; Senior 
Smoker Committee : Junior Prom Committee ; Soph- 
omore Cotillion Cummittee; Senior Ball Committee (4) 



^^S^^ 



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LLOYD LAXXES HELM 

Literature and Arts 
Egyptian Club 



Metropolis 



l^ 



HEXRY BEXJAMIX HEXLEY Carthage, Ind. 

Science 
Class Bowling Team (4); Agricultural Club; Hor- 
ticultural Club 



ROBERT MORROW HEXLEY 

Science 
Agricultural Club ; Horticultural Club 



Carthage, Ind. 



In view of the different classes among the voters at the Soph election, it might be said that 
Chase, K 2, was elected by popular vvte 

[67] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 




OTHO MANSON HENN 

Business 
^ T 



Brockton 




HAROLD HARVEY HERBERT Freeport 

J ournalism 
XB:*BK;AKX;SAX 

Shield and Trident; Scribblers Club; Lincoln 
League; Editor Daily Illini (4) ; Assistant Editor Daily 
mini (3); Daily Illini Stafif (i) (2); Associate Editor 
1912 Illio (3) 



BESSIE EDNA HERSMAX Hersman 

Literature and Arts 

* A 4^ 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Alethenai Literary Society 



CHARLES KAY HEWES Quincy 

Chemical Engineering 

A X 2 ; * A T 

American Chemical Society; Illinois Union Dra- 
matic Club ; Chemistry Club ; Preliminary Honors 



AMES HERBERT HEWITT 

Civil Engineering 
A.B. (McKendree College) 1908 



Lebanon 



GEORGE EDWARD HINCHLIFF Chicago 

Architectural Engineering 

* r A 

Helmet; Scarab; Glee Club; Orange and Blue; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Hat Committee; Class 
Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4) 



'H^hy don't Smejkal wipe off his chin?" 
[68] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



D. N. HITCH 



Champaign 



Law 



Adelphic Literary Society; A.B. from Illinois in 
191 1. Chairman Senior Class Day Committee (4) 



EDMUND G. HOEPPXER Eau Claire, Wis. 

Architectural Engineering 
* 2 K 
Scabbard and Blade; Crystal Dancing Club; Cadet 
Hop Committee ; Captain in Regiment 



CHARLES ELMER HOLLEY Franklin Grove 

Literature and Arts 

K A n 

Ionian Literary Society 



EDWARD EMIL HOLLMANN St. Louis, Mo. 

Chemistry 
Chemical Club; American Chemical Society; Gym- 
nasium Team (2) (3) (4) ; Captain (3) 



NELLIE NANCY HORNOR 

Science 

K A n 



Danville 



CARRIE ELSIE HOSKINS 

Household Science 
Household Science Club 



N orris City 



Four respectable mustaches have been counted. Congratulations, Senior Laws! 

[69] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



^1 ^^^^^^ ^^H 


r 



ILLINI SENIORS 



i:i)XA HOSKIXS La Grange 

Household Science 

^ B 

Illiiila Literary Society; Household Science Club 



ROSS BARBER HOSTETTER 

Agriculture 



Mt. Carroll 



BESS BUSEV HOULT 

Household Science 



Chrisnian 



CHIH HSU Hongkong, China 

Cifil Engineering 
Cosmopolitan Club 



HAROLD EV1-:RETT HUBER Champaign 

Law 
I'hilomathean Literary Society; John Marshall Moot 
Court Club: .Manager of Star Course for Year igii- 



|( )Sb:iMi 1-:. iici'.i'.R 

Cizil lingineering 

T li n 



Champaign 



His soul is wandering in Elysium shades. — Beryl Wright, ^ T 

f-o] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 



ILLINI SENIORS 



ROBERT R. HUDELSOX Cbamhersburg 

Agriculture 

A iZ 

Illinois Agriculturist Staff: President of Agricultural 
Club 



FREDERICK DAVIS HULL 

Electrical Eiuiineeritig 



Morris 



TTOMKR BOYS HULL Saunemin 

Agriculture 

Scabbard and Blade; Cadet First Lieutenant (3) 
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel (4) 



\\TLLIAM HEXRY HULL Moliuc 

Mecliatiical Ruginceriiig 

(Z ^ 

Yoxan ; Freshman Varsity Football and Track : 
Varsity Track Squad '10; Manager Class Football (3) ; 
Captain Class Football (4) ; Class Football (2) (3) (4) 



GENE\'.\ IIUXTOOX Canon City. Colo. 

Literature and Arts 
K K r 
Colorado State College (i) 




ROSS DARWIN IXGALLS Brownville, N. Y. 

Electrical F.ngineeriiig 
Scabbard and Blade : Electrical Engineering Society ; 
Captain in Regiment 




The Flying Dutchman — Ted Loehr, K 2 
[71] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



HAROLD BENNETT INGERSOLL 

Science 
A A * 



Chicago 



ARTHUR LYLE ISRAEL Chicago 

Chemical Engineering 

* A -^ 

American Chemical Society; Ivrim; Technograph 
Board ; Captain and Regimental Commissary ; Chemical 
Club ; Preliminary Honors 



EVA JANE JACKSON Champaign 

Household Science 



HARRY FRANCIS JAHN Chicago 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering 
Triangle 



LOUISE MARY JENNER Evansville, hid. 

Household Science 

ASA 

Yo Ma ; Household Science Club ; Woman's Athletic 
Association 



ROY ERNEST JEWETT Burlington, Kan. 

Electrical Engineering 



The greatest man, may ask a foolish question now and then.— Svllivavs, 2 A E 

[-21 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



PAUL EVANGEL JOHNSTON Jacksonville 

Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Club; American Chemical Society 



JOHN LARLMER KAGY Salem 

Law 
Egyptian Club; John Marshall Law Club; A.B. 1909 



FRANK SPENCER KAH.ER Oregon 

Electrical Engineering 

2 A E 

Yoxan : Helmet : Ku Klux : Assistant Manager In- 
terscholastic Circus ; Class Baseball '07, '09 



TOM V. KASTEL 



Law 



M antic ello 



^% 



DONALD JACKSON KAYS 

Agriculture 
A A *; A Z 



Magnolia 



GILES ENOCH KEITHLEY Peoria 

Law 
B e n; * A * 
Ku Klux; Yoxan; Class Baseball (2) (3); Class 
Football (2) ; Freshman Varsity Football Coach ; Var- 
sity Baseball Manager; Junior Prom Committee; Law 
Dance Committee : Chairman Senior Stag Committee 
(4) 



// you know not me you know nobody — Bloebaum, A T fl 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 





CHARLES NELSON KELL 

Median ical Engineering 



Centralia 



Urha 



na 



ARTHUR CARYL KELLY 

Busi)iess 
Philomathcan Literary Society ; Mask and Dauble ; 

Illinois L^nion Dramatic Club: Cosmopolitan Club 



HERr.F.RT FRTT) KE^L\L-\N LaGrange 

Animal Husbandry 
A T; A r P 
Phenix ; Illinois Union Dramatic Club; Varsity 
Dancing Club; Varsity Baseball (3) (4); Freshman 
X'arsity Baseball (i) ; Class Basel)all (2) ; Class Foot- 
ball (.0; \'arsity Bowling (2): Class Bowling (3) 
(4): Agricultural Committee (4): iqii Homecoming 
(Muunittee (4); Senior Menmrial Committee (4) 

AILXER FRED KEXDALL U'atseka 

Law 
* A A 
F\iller Moot Court; College Dancing Club; Junior 
Cap Committee (10); Law Dance Committee 'ii-'i2; 
Lincoln League: Senior Ball Committee (4) 



GEORGE BROPHY KEXDALL 

Agriculture 

K A n 

Agricultural Club: 1 lurticultural 



Champaign 



Club 



ALFRED HEXRY KERXDT Salida. Colo. 

Mechanical Engineering 
Senior Invitation (^^mmittee (4) 



Infantile paralysis — A A * 
[74] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



PAUL KIRCH ER 



Ciz'il Engineering 



Chicago 



Triangle ; Scabljard and Blade : Colonel Cadet Reg- 
iment, igii-12: A.B. (in Science) igii 



JOSEPHINE KIRK Decatur 

Literature and Arts 

Secretary Woman's Athletic Association igio-igii; 
A\'oman's League Advisory Board 1911-1912; Class Bas- 
ketball (2) C^) (4) 



FRANCES KIRKWOOL) iMi.'rcnccville 

Literature and Arts 

\ X 9.; * B K 

Alethenai ; W oman's Athletic Association : Preliminary 

Honors; Basketball (2) (3) (4) 



CLARENCE A. KLOOSTER Oak Park- 

Architectural Engineering 
e A X 

Architect's Club: Scarab; Chairman Senior Smoker 
Committee (4); Illini Staff; 1913 Ili.io Board 



HARRY JOHN KLOTZ 

Mechanical Engineering 
* r A; T B n 

Mandolin Club (4) 



Peoria 



Chicago 



HERMAN CHARLES KRANNERT 
Mechanical Engineering 
X f* 

Preliminary Honors: Chairman Sophomore Smoker 
Committee; Secretary of Class (i); Lieutenant Corps 
of Cadets (3) : Captain Corps of Cadets (4) : 
Technograph Board (2): Business ^Manager (3); Edi- 
tor-in-Chief (4): Mechanical Engineering Society; 
A. S. M. E. 





'Do you reckon that anything would make Si Simons mad?" 

[75] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




v^ 



ILLINI SENIORS 



ELWIN VALENTINE KRATZ 

Architectural Engineering 
Acacia; T B n 
Preliminary Honors 



Champaign 



EMMA AUGUSTA KRAUSE 

Literature and Arts 



Secor 




GEORGE DRIVER LAING River Forest, Mich. 

Agriculture 
* K ^ ; A r P 
Ku Klux; Class Baseball (i) (2) ; Varsity Baseball 
Squad (3)' (4) ; Senior Memorial Committee (4) 



CHARLES AUGUSTUS LAMB. JR. Champaign 

Business 

Commercial Club; Lincoln League; Senior Ball Com- 
mittee (4) 



NELLIE B. LAMB 

Literature and Arts 



Champaign 



ALBERT FABIAN LANDSEA 

Electrical Engineering 
Class Baseball (3) 



Chicago 



"^^ ^7rint^ "^"^'^ ^'^^"' ''^' '"'"^^^ "' '^'^ •^"''^' ^^^ ""'i^^d she had made a beautiful Copley 

[76] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 



ILLINI SENIORS 



PAUL BLISS LAUHER 



Paris 



Law 



mini Staff (4) ; Lincoln League ; Ionian Literary So- 
ciety; Class Secretary (3) ; Senior Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee (4) 



RAYiMOXD GEORGE LEGGETT Canton, Ohio 

Railway Civil Engineering 

e A X 



HERBERT T. LEO 



St. Louis, Mo. 



Chemistry 
X B 



Phenix ; Scabl^ard and Blade; Varsity Track (2) 
(3) (4)'; Varsity Basketball (3) (4) ; Senior Class 
Football ; Class Basketball (2) ; Major University Reg- 
iment ; Y. M. C. A. Council 



FRANK BONNER LEONARD Metropolis 

Literature and Arts 

* B K; A Z P 

Preliminary Honors; Adelphic Literary Society: 

Illinois-Ohio Debate 'ii-'i2; Illinois-Wisconsin Debate 

1912 



RUTH LEONARD Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

A r; * A ^I' 

Women's Athletic Association ; Basketball Team (2) 
(3) (4) ; Captain (4) 



EDNA LEWIS 



Harrisburg 



Literature and Arts 



'rn 



A hair in the head is worth two in the brush — Prof. Daniel 

[77] 




VNIVEB.SITY OF ILLINOIS 






vsjj.-, 



r. 






ILLINI SENIORS 



•RED DICKERSOX LEWIS 

Agriculture 



Jl'heaton 



KATIIARIXE LEWIS Chicago 

Literature and Arts 
Alethenai : French Cliili ; Senior Breakfast Committee 



RALPH RICE LEWIS Fremont, Mich. 

Science 
O A X 

X'arsity Dancing Club: Ceramics Club 



RUTH MARIE REBECCA LIXDBERG 

Cherokee, Iowa 
Literature ami Arts 

X 12 

Yo Ma 



LL'LA Li:\il LITTLEJOHX 

Literature and Arts 
A r 



Fanner City 



A. C. LrriLETUX 



Commercial Chib 



Bljomington 



Business 
A K X 



Silence in woman — Eva Mitchell 
[-8] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



LYMAN LIONEL LIVINGSTON 

Electrical Engineering 



Fillmore 



THEODORE EDW L\' LOEHR Carlinvillc 

Literature and Arts 
K 2 
Varsity Tennis Team; Chairman Democratic Clul' 



WILLIAM C. LORENZEN Chicago 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering 



CAROLINE LUTHER 

Literature and .ir/j 



Sai 



■(i\ 



HALBERT P. ^L\C GREGOR Estes Park. Col,.. 

Chemical Engineering 



CARL MALNBERG Chicago 

Architecture 

Architectural Chil) : Pan-Hellenic Council (4) 



Five Kappa Sigs were seen at church Sunday night, February 18 

[79] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



rr»c-. 



9^ 



ILLINI SENIORS 



ELI AS MANDEL Chicago 

Chemistry 



WELCH WALKER MANSPEAKER 
Civil Engineering 
Civil Engineering Club 



Champaign 



HARRY E. MARQUETTE Slater, Mo. 

Railway Mechanical Engineering 



SIDNEY GRISWOLD MARTIN Chicago 

Civil Engineering 

T A; T B n 

Preliminary Honors ; Captain University Regiment ; 
President of Civil Engineering Club 



CHARLES W ILLARD MATHEWS 
Civil Engineering 



FRANCES WILLARD MATHIS 
Library Science 



Marissa 



Si. Joseph 



Read the Roasts Through the Advertising Section 

[80] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 

LEIGH MERYL MATTHEWS 



McClure 



Mechanical Engineering 

Varsity Gymnasium Team (2) ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering Society (2) (3) (4) ; Engineering Dance Com- 
mittee (3) ; Maid of the Moon (3) ; Lieutenant Uni- 
versity of Illinois Regiment (3) ; Major U. of I. Regi- 
ment (4) ; Illinois Union Dramatic Club (4) ; A. S. 
M. E. (4) ; Fechet Memorial Committee (4) ; Senior 
Stag Committee (4 ) 



EARL N. MATTSON 

Mechanical Engineering 
A. S. M. E.; Class Basketball (2) (3) (4) 



Chicago 



DAVID BLAIR MAYER Chicago 

Civil Engineering 
Triangle; Onyx Dancing Club; Freshman Class 
Football 






NELLE IRENE McCLURG Urbana 

Household Science 

* B K 

Illiola Literary Society; Household Science Club 



\ 



ANDREW HENRY McCONNEL 

Business 
A K X 



Reynolds 



WALLACE ROBERT McCONNELL 

Science 

K A n 



Mt. Sterling 





Stuck on himself and has no rival — Pony Meyer, 2 N 

[81] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



DWKiHT WESLEY McCOY 

Literature and Arts 
Spanish Club 



Versailles 



RUDOLPK MrDERMET Seattle, Wash. 

Electrical Engineering 
II K X 
Electrical Engineering Society; Preliminary Honors 



EUGEXE HARRIS McFARLAXD 

Valley City, N. Dak. 
Architecture 
A X 
Helmet; Senior Class Footliall; Architectural Club 



I'.LIZAP.ETll ROBERTS McGILL 
Literature and Arts 
A Z A 
Vice-President of Y. M. C. A. (4) 



Chicago 



ERAXCIS X. .McGRATH 

Business 
^V T 

Seninr Ball Committee (4) 



LIESETTE JAXE Mi 11 ARRY 

Literature and .4rts 

K A n 

I'reliniinarv Honors 



Jerseyville 



Rail tout 



He— "You have the prettiest girls in school." 
Alpha Chi— ••Naturally" 
He— •No. artificially" 

[82] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 




ILLINI SENIORS 



WILLI A.M RAPHAEL McIXTIRE Chicago 

Chnl Engineering 

Captain in Cadet Regiment (4) ; Varsity Swimming 
Team (2) (3) 



PAUL H. McKEE Mason City, Iowa 

Literature and Arts 

X B 

Ionian Literary Society : V. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Sen- 
ior Smoker Committee; Senior Rail Committee (4) 



RAY CLARK .McLARTY Rockford 

Journalisvi 

X 15 ; A K X : 1 A X 

Shield and Trident; iiniian Literary Society; Mask 
and Bauble; Lincoln League Senate; Editor-in-Chief 
1912 Illio; Hatchet Orator; Sophomore Cotillion Com- 
mittee ; Junior Prom Committee ; Senior Memorial 
Committee; Athletic Editor Daily Illini (4); College 
Dancing Club; Senior Invitation Committee (4) 



FORREST C. McXARY 

Civil Engineering 
Senior Stag Committee (4) 



Martinsville 



JOHX JOSEPH McQUAID 

Business 
* K 



Champaign 



CARL ELMER MERRIS Victor,CoL 

Electrical Engineering 
If K N 
Electrical Engineering Society 



» 



'Why should I pay Senior memorial dues/ The Senior class has done nothing for me" 
Julius Goeeel 

[83] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



PAUL KEITER MILES 

Mechanical Engineering 

T B n 



Savanna 



.\L-\BEL LUCILE MILLER Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

* B K; K A n 

Athenean Literary Society; Preliminary Honors 



MILO KIRK MILLER Urbana 

Medicine 
2 M P 

University Band (i) (2) (3) (4) ; Glee and Man- 
dolin Club (3) (4); University Orchestra (i) (2) (3) 
(4) 



S. LESLIE MILLER Timewell 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering 

Active Member Illinois Society of Engineers and 
Surveyors 



EDSOX JOHX MILLIZEX 

Business 
2 N 
Class Football (2) (4) 



Champaign 



(iUY G. MILLS Palestine 

Civil Engineering 

Civil Engineering Club; Lieutenant University Reg- 
iment 



Where only wealthy ynen arc counted happy. 

IIuw shall I please thee, how deserve thy smiles — Dick Geraghtv, * K 4^ 

I84] 



THE NINETEEN'THlRTEENILLia 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MARY E. MINER Adair 

Household Science 
Household Science Club ; McDonough Country Club 



EVA MITCHELL Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

K A n 

Illiola ; Mask and Bauble : Woman's Athletic Asso- 
ciation ; Class Basketball (i) (3) (4); Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (3) (4) ; Winner of Inter-Society Declamatory 
Contest (4) ; Class Secretary (4) ; Editor-in-Chief of 
Girl's Issue of Siren (4) ; Chairman Senior Breakfast 
Committee (4) 



FLOYD WILLIAM MOHLMAX Beardstown 

Chemistry 
K 2 ; A X 2 ; <!' A T 
Preliminary Honors; Glee Club '08, '09, '10; Band 
(3) (4) ; Chemistry Dance Committee '12 



JULIUS JOHN MOJONNIER 

Chemistry 
* A T 
Chemical Club ; Ionian Literary Society 



Highland 



RALPH MONROE Sullivan 

Law 

* A * 

Law \^ice-Presideiit Illinois L^nion : Chairman Law 
Dance Committee 



HARRY EDGAR MONTGOMERY 
Electrical Engineering 
H K N 
Senior Stag Committee (4) 



Blue Mound 



"Breathes there a prof with soul so dead 
Who never to himself hath said, 
I'll write a text-book, all my own." 

[85] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 





ifj 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MAX A. MONTGOMERY Urbana 

Arcliitccturc 

T B n 

Senior Memorial Committee; Scarab; Architectural 
S()ciet\' 



A.MJCS RALPH MOXTIGEL Redlands,Cal. 

Arcliitectiiral Engineering 
Glee an<l :\Ian(l,.liii Cliil) (o-) ('08) ('il-'i2) 



•REDRIC LIXDLEY MORGAN 

Architecture 
Architect's Club 



Urbana 



GU^' LV.MAX MORRILL Kewanee 

Mechanical Engine ering 

A T 

American Society of Alechanical Engineers; Illinois 
Union Dramatic Club; Glee Club (4); Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (3); Ereshman Varsity Track; Varsity Track 
(2) (3) (4) ; Varsity Tennis Squad (3) ; Varsity Bowl- 
ing (2); Class Bowling (i) (2) (3) 



MARGARET MOSCHEL 

Literature and Arts 



Chenoa 



.V.V. i:iAVOOD MOSER 

Electrical Engineering 



Sigcl 



'A smooth bird, all right" — Cy Frailey 
[861 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEENILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



CLEDA VIRGINIA MOSES 

Literature and Arts 



Nor)iial 



NELLIE IRENE MOURXIXG 

Literature and Arts 
Illinla Literary Society 



Urbana 



FRANK D\\ VER MURPHY Chicago 

Railzi'ay Civil Hnf/ineeriny 

<i> A e 

Phenix; Track Team (2) (3) (4); Captain (4) : 
Freshman Track Team ( i ) ; Tunior Prom Committee : 
Illio Staff (3) 



XORRIS FEY MURRAY 

Electrical Engineering 



Mazon 



■t 



f 



ALEXANDER J. MUELLER Racine, Wis. 

Literature and Arts 



''^ 



<^. 



HOWARD D. MYERS 

Cii'il Engineering 

T B n 

Preliminary Honors 



Lockport 



y h 



'Who is this C. K. White? Has he escaped from somewhere, or — f 

[87] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



X 



H. T. NAFZIGER 

Electrical Engineering 



Aurora 



CHARLES SOL NARKINSKY Little Rock, Ark. 

Electrical Engineering 

H K N 



ROBERT HAROLD NAU Maywood 

Civil Engineering 

Triangle ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee ; Soph- 
omore Baseball Alanager; Junior Smoker Committee; 
Senior Ball Committee (4) 



^A 



\ 



JOE R. NAY Kansas 

Architectural Engineering 
Architectural Club 



CARRIE ISABEL NEEDHAM Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

Household Science Club : Woman's League Advisory 
Board (2) 



TDUIS NELSON 



Canton 



Ceramics 



"Given to airy nothing, a local habitation and a nam^"— "Ramrod" Blaisdell, A T n 

[88] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



JOSEPH COLBY NELSOX Hannibal, Mo. 

Architecture 
Architectural Club 



RAYMOND ANDREW NELSON 

Agriculture 
* 2 K 



De Kalh 



JOSEPH ALLAN NEVINS Champaign 

Journalism 

* B K: :i: A X 

Iris; Scribblers Club; Ionian; 1912 Homecoming 
Committee; Editor-in-Chief Illinois Magazine (3) (4); 
Chief News Editor Daily Illini (4) ; Assistant Editor 
Alumni Quarterly; Manager Summer Illini; 1912 Illio 
Board; Preliminary Honors 



CHARLES IV.AN NEVVLIN Indianapolis, Ind. 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Club; Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); 
Class Football (i) (2) (3) ; Manager (4) ; Junior Cap 
Committee; Agricultural Dance Committee; Senior 
Breakfast Committee (4) 



WILLIAM NIEHAUS 

Civil Engineering 
Preliminary Honors 



Chicago 




LOUISE MINNIE NIERSTHEIMER 

Literature and Arts 

A o n 



Pekin 



Paul Ganger, after Junior Election — "If 'she' could only see me now" 

[89] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



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ILLINI SENIORS 



LILLIAN G. XOTH Davenport. Iowa 

Literature and Arts 

n B <!>; ^ JX 4' 

University of Iowa (i) (2) 



FRED MELVIX XOURSE 

Electrical Engineering 
Electrical Engineering Society 



Maywood 



Geneva, N. V. 



CATHARIXE SUSAX OAKS 

Library Science 
Library Cluh : Will Receive A.B. Degree from Wil- 
liam College, Geneva, X\ Y. 



GHAUXCEY BRISTOL OLIVER Morgan Park 

Mechanical Engineering 

* r A 

I'henix ; Class Football (i); Varsity Football (2). 

(.3) (4); Varsity Basketball (2) (4); Varsity Swim- 
ming (3) 



FLOREXCE ARMIXA OLSOX 

Literature and Arts 
K A n; * B K 
Athenean Literary Society 



De Land 



HAROLD AXTHOXY OTIS 

Electrical Engineering 
Class Basketljall (3) (4) 



La Grange 



Thy years are yet incapable of love— George Nkwell, e A X 

[90] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



AMY MARIE 0\'ERLAXD St. Louis, Mo. 

Literature and Arts 

Woman's Athletic Association ; Preliminary Honors 



CYRUS KD.MUXD PALMER Augusta 

^■Irchitcctural Jiiigiiiccriiig 

:i n 

Architectural C"lul): Military l^)and (2) (3) (4) 



MATTHEW SIMPSOX PARKHURST Evanstou 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Clul): Junior Cap Committee: Senior 
Memorial Committee: li.i.io Pnard (3) : Illini StatT (3) 



CLYDE HARRISOX PARR Granite City 

Lai\.' 

n o 

Class Basketball (i); Philomathean Literary So- 
ciety 



HARRY .McLAUCLAX PARSOXS 

Agriculture 
Preliminary Honors; Cross Country Team 



Chicago 



AXNA LORLXE PECK Champaign 

Literature and Arts 



"We used to have a strong chapter and we imll again when we get into our new house"- 

B e n 
[91] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



BENJAMIN SAILSBURY PFEIFFER Peoria 

Mechanical Engineering 

A T n 

1914 Freshman Varsity Football; Student Branch 
A. S. M. E. 



LESTER L. PHILLIPS 

Electrical Engineering 



Sterling 



WILMA EDITH PONDER 

Literature and Arts 
Senior Cap and Gown Committee (4) 



Vrbana 



H. MILDRED POOR 

Literature and Arts 
Classical Club 



Streator 



JUAN PORTUONDO M. Santiago, Cuba 

Civil Engineering 
Cosmopolitan Club ; S. H. A. ; Spanish Club 



ELLIS J. POTTER Morrison 

Architecture 

s n 

Scabbard and Blade; Crystal Club; Architectural 
Club; Lieutenant Cadet Regiment (3) 



"Good morning— have you seen Aunt Kyle's plush cap?" 

[92] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



LEWIS LAWREXCE POWELL 

Civil Engineering 



Chicago 



'•^ « 



LUELLA FLORENCE POWERS 

Literature and Arts 



Sterling 



RALPH S. POWERS Petersburg 

Medicine 
S M P 
Graduate of Illinois State Normal University 



DAVID CHANDLER PRINCE Springfield 

Electrical Engineering 
T A; H K \ 
Freshman Varsity Football and Track. Varsity 
Football (4) 



r 



CHARLES ALEXANDER PURCELL 

Agriculture 
Helmet ; Junior Prom Committee 



Evans ton 



ROBERT J. QUINN Chicago 

Chemical Engineering 

A X S 

American Chemical Society ; Chemical Club ; Class 
Baseball (3) ; Class Basketball (4) ; Class Treasurer 
(3) ; Chemical Dance Committee (4) ; Senior Break- 
fast Committee (4) 



'Why, yes, I'd just as soon supe for the Sig Alph formal. I may get a spoon out of it." 

TopsY Hartford 

[93] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 



ISIDOR RAFFIX U'aukegan 

.Irchitccfitral Engineering 
Architect's Clul) ; Ivrini Society 



GEORGE ERWIX RAM FY Champaign 

ATA 

Arcliitccture 

Yoxan ; Sliield and Trident ; Scarab ; Helmet Club ; 
Orange and Blue ; Architect's Club 



GEORGE AUDAS RAXSON 

Mcclhuiical Engineering 
A. S. Af. E. 



Havana 



ciiARLES RASCHER 

Chemical Euginccring 
A X i: : <I' A T ; X * 



Chicago 



American Chemical Society : Freshman Varsity 
P.aseball, loio: Varsity I'.aseball Squad, 191 1 



SVDXEV CLEX RATHFON Chicago 

Architectural Engineering 

Varsity Basketball Squad (4) ; Class Basketball (2) 
(.3) : Architectural Club 



R \^ MOXI) GEORGE REAL Sterling 

Law 
<I> K ; A :i I> 
Chairman Cap and Gown Conunittcc (4) ; Varsity 
I )ebating Team (4) ; Law Dance Committee (4) ; Sen- 
ior Smoker Committee 



Shot ivith a tuoman's smile — Dutch VVeis. B o II 

[94] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MYRTLE AXXA RENZ 

Library Science 
Athenean Literary Society 



Henning 



FRED DfXOXG REXW IXKLE 

Electrical Engineering 
H K X 



Vandalia 



XELLE MELISSA RJETZ Fort Washington, Ohi" 

Science 
A Z A 
Household Science Cluli; Athenean Literary Society 



CHESTER CORWIX ROBERTS Chicago 

Business 
A K K; A r P 

Ku KIux ; Yoxan ; Phenix ; Assistant Manager iqck* 
Interscholastic ; Manager iqio Interscholastic : Fresh- 
man Varsity Football (i) ; Varsity Football Team (2) 
(3) (4) ; Captain (4) 



CHARLES S. ROHKRTS Chicago 

Lazi' 
A K 1-: : ■!> A <!> 
Phenix: Yoxan: Helmet: Glee Club: (2) (:i) (4): 
Junior Prom Committee: Chairman Senior Memorial 
Committee 1912; Illio Board 1912: Law Dance Com- 
mittee 'oQ-'io: \"arsity Cheer Leader 



AXXA BELLE ROBLXSOX 

Literature and Arts 
* B 
Illiola: Household Science Club 



Granville 








He — "Do y(}u think Marjorie Spalding pretty?' 
She — "I might if I could only see her — " 

[95] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



GRACE M. ROBINSON Gilman 

Literature and Arts 

Athenean Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 



PAUL THOMAS ROBINSON Springfield 

Agriculture 
Ilus; Junior Cap Committee; Senior Memorial Com- 
mittee; Vice-President Senior Class First Semester 



T. L. ROBINSON 

Mechanical Engineering 



Streator 



WALTER ROMAN, JR. Granite City 

Business 
* S K 

Assistant Editor 1912 Illio ; Daily Illini Staff (3) 



I'EARL lOLA ROPP Carlock 

Literature and Arts 
A O 11; <!> B K 
Woman's Athletic Association ; Preliminary Honors 



ERNEST JEROME ROSSBACH Chicago 

Mining Engineering 
Glee Club (i); American Institute Minin„' Engi- 
neers (University of Illinois Student Branch) 



Courageous, faithful actions, nobly dared— Kappa Sleuths 

[96] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLIO 



ILLINI SENIORS 



FLOYD ELZA RUSHER Sullivan, Ind. 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club: Chairman of Agricultural Dance 
Committee 



GRACE ANNE RUST 

Science 

K A n 

Athenean Literary Society 



Brownstown. Ind. 



REUBEN LAWRENCE SAN'DBERG 

Civil Engineering 



Chicago 



HARRY OGDEN SAUNDERS Springfield 

Electrical Engineering 

Acacia 



CHESTER SCHENCK LeRoy, Kans 

Electrical Engineering 
Congregational Guild : Kansas Society 



FREDERICK JOHN SCHLINK 

Mechanical Engineering 
T K E 

President A. S. M. E. ; Preliminary Honors 



Peoria 



^^ 



Her laughter zvas like music from a brass band — Winny Jones, K A 9 

[97] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



)^, 



ALEXANDER LOUIS SCHOLZ 

Civil Engineering 



Chicago 



TE\7ES HENRY SCHULTE 

Education 



Lenghury 



LEO VINCENT SCHUNDNER 

Electrical Engineering 



Savanna 



OTTO JULIUS SCHWARTZ 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club; Ivrim Society 



Maywood 



ERICH WILHELM SCHWARTZE Cairo 

Medicine 

<]> B n 

Chemistrj' Cluh : l^iiicoln League; Commissioned 
Officer Cadet Regiment; Rush .Medical College, Univer- 
sity of Chicago 



RALPH CLELAND SCOTT Benuyn 

Literature and .Irts 
I'lienix: Scalibard and Blade; Philomathean ; Cos- 
niiipolitan Club; Y. M. C. A. President; Captain Uni- 
versity Regiment: Leader Student \'nlnnteer Pand 



/ never brag, never bluster, never blush— Chahlev Rqbkkts, A K H 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



ROBERT ST. CLARE SEESE 

Electrical Engineering 
H K N 
Electrical Engineering Society 



Urbana 



JOHN FRANCIS SEIFRTED Maywood 

Civil Engineering 

e A X 

Civil Engineering Club : Preliminary Honors ; Class 
Football (4) 



OTTO ERWIX SEILER 

Literature and Arts 
A A <!> 



Woodstoclt 



ISIDORE SHAPIRO 



Business 
A K X 



Chicago 



CECIL JAMES SHAPLAND 

Civil Engineering 



Saunermin 



JOHN SHEAY Bement 

Agriculture 

Ionian ; Dixie Club ; Horticultural Club ; Agricul- 
tural Club 



'Taint a knoii:in' kind of cattle 

That is ketched with mouldy corn — Thk Wise Prof. 

[-99] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



*<•! 



ILLINI SENIORS 



\1XAVAK YESHWANT SHEWADE 

Indore City, India 
Chemical Engineering 
Clu-niistry Chili: ("(ismopolitan Club 



LVXN CALLSEX SIEBERXS 

Law 



Gridley 



NELLE MARIE SIGXOR 

Literature and Arts 

n B * 



Urbana 



lOHX WILHELM SIMAIONSJR. 
Ci7'il Engineering 
Acacia; P)and (4) 



Keithsburg 



ALEX. M. D. SIMONS Chicago 

Electrical Engineering 

Cosmopolitan Club: Ivrim, Mathematical Club; 
Electrical Engineering Society 



CHARLES LEROY SIMONS Kentland, Ind. 

Agriculture 
e A X ; A 1' P 
Shield and Trident; Yoxan ; Ku Klux; H. H. Club; 
Agricultural Club; Class Treasurer (i); Sophomore 
Cotillion Committee: Junior Prom Committee; Agri- 
cultural Dance Conunittee; Illinois Union Council; 
I'an-llellenic Council: lyu Home Coming Committee; 
Senior Ball Committee; Circulation Manager Illini (4) 



Patronise our Advertisers 
[100] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



GEORGE AUGUSTINE SIMONS Chaska, Miiiii. 

Business 
'!> :; K 



COLIN CAMPBELL SIMPSON 

Science 
A T n 

University of Colorado (i) (2) 



Denver, Colo. 



CLARA SINCLAIR 

l.ilc 1(1 lure and Arts 

K A n 



Ash la ml 



VICTOR ROBERT SLADEK Chicago 

Architectural Engineering 

2 A E 

Scabbard and Blade ; Captain and Regimental Ad- 
jutant University Regiment 



WILLIS DANIEL SLOXNEGER 

Literature and Arts 
2 A E 



JVashington 



"ia 



CLOYD CLAYTON SMITH .1//. Carroll 

Electrical Eiigineering 

Iris 



Dutch Weis — "Yes, I'm a Beta, I write plays. I'm good looking and I go with Julia Harper" 

[lOl] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 







«« 



.T^ 






aew" 






ILLINI SENIORS 



ALDEX EUGENE SXYDER Kankakee 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club; Agricultural Glee Club (2) (3) 
(4) ; Y. iM. C. A. Cabinet (3) 



GRAFAEL ARCANGEL SOTO 

Sabaiia Grande, Porto Rico 
Mechanical Engineering 
Cosmopolitan Club; Spanish Literary Society; Grad- 
uate of the Insular Xormal School of Porto Rico 



CHARLES HERBERT SPAULDING Springfield 

Chemical Enginccritig 

A X 2 

Chemical Club ; Chemical Dance Committee ; Ameri- 
can Chemical Society 



AUBREY DAYTON SPENCE 

Science 
Acacia 



Camp Point 



JOHN McCLURE SPOXSLER Aledo 

Mechanical Engineering 

Member A. S. M. E. ; Mechanical Engineering So- 
ciety 



OTTO SPRLXGE St. Louis, Mo. 

Ceramic Engineering 

Shield and Trident ; Ceramic Society ; Varsity Foot- 
ball (2) (3) (4); Varsity Track Team (3) (4); Sen- 
ior Stag Committee (4) 



"Flushed is the din of tongues; Sam SItattuck passeth' 

[102] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN 




ILLINI SENIORS 



AMBROSE CARL STAHL 

Mechanical Engineering 
A 2 * 
A. S. M. E. ; Student Section M. E. Society 



Galena 



WILLIAM JOHX STEIXBREDER 

Science 

H o n 



St. Louis, Mo. 



CARL STEPHENS Champaign 

Journalism 

Shield and Trident: Scril)1)lers' Club; Miscellany 
Editor, The Daily Illini (4); Editor Dope Sheet (3); 
Roast Editor Illio (3) ; Illinois Magazine Board (3) 
(4) ; Class Prophet (4) 



DANA HUGH STEVEXSON Elvastou 

Agriculture 

A Z 

Agricultural Club: Illinois Agriculturist Staff (4) 

JAMES VIAL STEVENSON Streator 

Science 
X B ; A 2 P : A Z 

Phoenix; Adelphic ; Agricultural Club; Class Debate 
(i)' (2); Illinois-Indiana Debate (2); Illinois-Nebras- 
ka Debate (3) ; N. O. L. Representative (4) ; Class 
President (2); Illinois Union Council (3); Secretary 
Illinois Union (4) : Lincoln League Senate (4) ; Illi- 
nois Home Coming Committee (3) (4) ; Preliminary 
Honors; Philo-Adelphic Debate (3); Illinois-Indiana 
Debate (4) ; Treasurer Senior Ball Committee (4) 



IRA BROKAW STIEFEL Litchfield 

Electrical Engineering 



May your shadow never groxv less — Bull Roberts, A K E 

[103] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 



CLARENCE MILLER STITZEL Nelson 

Agriculture 
X * 

Varsity Track Team (3) (4) ; Class Bowling (3) 
(4) ; Agricultural Club 



LAW REXXE ORVILLE STOCKER 

Architectural Encjineering 

:i n 

Scarab; Senior Smokt-r Committee 



Pan a 



JOHN \\TLLL\M STOKES Morris City 

Electrical Engineering 

T B n; H K N 



:DNA LOUISE STONE 

Literature and Arts 



Mo rriso n 



(iLADVS LEE STRAICIIT 

Literature and Arts 
3 K 



Fonda 



BERTHA HENRIETTA STRAUCH Chadmick 

Household Science 
Athenean Literary Society; Household Science Club 



For the education of young gentlemen : To study how to drink and take tobacco— T N K 

[104] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN 




ILLINI SENIORS 

EDWIN B. STYLES Chicago 

Civil Engineering 

X B; T B n 

Vice-President Union Dramatic Club (4) ; Illinois 
Union Vice-President from Engineering College (4) : 
Cast Maid of the Moon (3 ) : Captain Gymnastic Team 

(2) (4) ; Western Intercollegiate Gymnastic Champion 

(3) (4); 1910 Home Coming Committee; Post Exam. 
Executive Committee lyio; Civil Engineering Club 



CHARLES MICHAEL SULLIVAX 

Electrical Engineering 

S A E 

Shield and Trident: Senior Stag Committee; Junior 
Councilman — Illinois Union (3) ; Associate Manager 
1912 Illio; Chairman Junior Cap Committee 
Memorial Committee; Assistant Manager 
11; Business Manager Illini 1911-12 



Ereeport 



Senior 
mini i<)io- 



JOHX BRUCE SUTHERLAND Seattle. Wash. 

.Ircliitectural Engineering 

Architectural Cluli 



HORACE SWAXXELL 

Electrical Engineering 
* K ^ 



Kankakee 



FERD EARL S\\ EITZER Morton 

.Igricitlture 

A Z; A r P 

Scabbard and Blade: Ionian; Agricultural Club: 

Preliminary Honors; Captain Cadet Regiment: Agri 

cultural Dance Committee ; Senior Invitation Committee 

(4) 



THOMAS AUGUSTAS SVMOXS 

Agriculture 

2 n 

Kansas Club 



Peahody, Kan. 










^. 



Bill Levis must be very ill today — he hasn't even called me up unce — 

Margaret Harris, K A 9 

[105] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MILDRED VIRGIXIA TALBOT Urbana 

Literature and Arts 

X 9. 

Yo Ma; Alethenai Literary Society; Senior Class 
Day Committee (4) 



\\TLLL-\M LINCOLN TAYLOR Lancaster, IVis. 

Science 
Landscape Gardener's Club 



ALICE CARY THAYER Chicago 

Literature and Arts 

A A <& 

Alethenai Literary Society; Scribblers' Club; Wom- 
an's League Executive Committee ; Senior Class Day 
Committee (4) 



RAYMOND ROGERS THOMAS Rockford 

Business 
A T 
Phenix ; Freshman Varsity Basketball ; Varsity Bas- 
ketball (3); Freshman Varsitv Baseball; \'arsitv Base- 
ball (2) (3) (4) ; Captain (3)"; Class Basketball" (2) 



HERBERT PERCY THOMPSON Plainsfield 

Mechanical Engineering 
Heavy Weight Wrestling Championship (3) ; \'ar- 
sity FootI)all Team (4) ; Varsity Water Polo Team (4) 



JOIIX XELSOX TODD Tabor, I aim 

Mechanical Engineering 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Student 

I!ranch) 



'For Melvin will surely git you, if you— don't—watch— out !" 

[106] 



ILLINI SENIORS 



LOUIS ARTHUR TOHILL Flat Rock 

Literature and Arts 
* B K; K A n 
Graduate of Eastern Illinois State Normal School 



f -* 



**' 



i 



HUGH HARRISON TOLMAN Red Oak, Iowa 

Literature and Arts 

2 A E 



ORLA ALAMON TOWNS 

History and Education 
History Club 



Cisne 



MARGARET JANE TREAT 

Literature and Arts 



Harvard 



ERNEST DeWITT TURNER 

Agriculture 



We nana 



WALTER VANE TURNER Toledo, Ohio 

Mechanical Engineering 
Ilus Club 



'Hark! heard you not those hoofs of dreadful no^^'"— "Milt" Severinghaus 

[107] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 



JOY VAX CLEVE 

Literature and Arts 



Decatur 



AURA LILLIAX \AX CLEVE 

Litrrntiire and .Irts 

K A n 

Atlioneaii ; V. W. C. A. Calnnet 



Urbana 



IIARRII- KARL VAXDE-VEER Ediuhurg 

Electrical Engineering 

X <!> 

Onyx Dancinf? Club : University Band (2) (3) (4); 

Junior I'rom Connnittee ; Technograph Board; Cadet 

i Id]) Ci)nnnittee 



ARClTTBALn BEEBE VAX DEUSEN Evanston 

Electrical Engineering 
H K N 
Scabbard and Blade; Electrical Engineering Society; 
(^aptain and Cadet Regiment : Freshman Varsity Bas- 
ketball : Class Basketball (2) (3) (4); Manager Class 
Basketball (3) 



CLAUDE VAN GUXDY Ellsworth 

Electrical Engineering 

Shield and Trident : Senior Stag Committee (4) ; 
b'lcctrical Engineering Society; bVeshman Baseball 
Team; Varsity Baseball Team (2) (3) (4)'; Captain 

(4) 



ROY L. VAX I.MAX 

Electrical Engineering 
* A A ; T H n : 1 1 K N 
I'reliminary Honors; Class Treasurer (2) 



Peoria 



"Take things philosophically as they come"— Charue Kennan, Y. AL C. A. 

[108] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



ARNOLD C. \'AX ZAXDT Champaign 

Raik\.'ay Adyiiinistration 
Senior Stag Committee (4) 



MINNIE VAUTRIX 



Secor 



Science 



K A n 
Senior Basketball Team: Junior Basketball Team: 
Athenean Literary Society : Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet 



LVXX I5RIAX VAUGHAN 

Medicine 



Hurley. S. Dak. 



<!• X 



Rush -Medical 



CHARLES EDWIX VEAR Chicago 

Business Ad ministration 
A K X 
Daily Illini Staff (3): Commercial Club: Crystal 
Dancing Club : Lincoln League 



JOSEPH McXAUCHTOX \1AL 

Agriculture 



La Grange 



GREGORY VIGEANT, JR. Chicago 

Architecture 
A K E 
Phenix; Scarab: Helmet; Varsity Track Squad (2) 
(3) (4) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Leader Uni- 
versity Glee Club (3) (4): University Glee Club (i) 
(2) 



'One reason why Chauncey Baldwin doesn't dry up and blow away is that he controls the 
wind supply Jiimself" 

[ 109] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




ILLINI SENIORS 



\\ALTF.R CHARLES VOSS Chicago 

Architectural Engineering 

T B n 

Architectural Society; Captain Infantry University 
Regiment; Preliminary Honors 



HARVEY FRANKLIN WAGNER 
Civil Engineering 

T B n 

Triangle; Preliminary Honors 



Virden 



PETER CHARLES WALTERS Albion 

Law 
County Judge of Edwards Co., Albion, Illinois 



ANTHONY WILLIAM WAND 

Ciz'il Engineering 



Elizabeth 



CHARLES HOWARD WARNOCK Onarga 

«b 2 K; A K X 

Shield and Trident; Freshman Yarsity F'ootball ; 
Class Football (2) ; Class President (2) ; Junior Prom 
Cnmnn'ttee (3): President Commercial Club; Lincoln 
Lt-ague Senate; Pan-licllenic Cnuncil; University Aud- 
iting Committee for Student Organizations and Publi- 
cations; Senior Ball Committee (4) 



GEORGE EDWARD WARREN Paiv Paw 

Civil Engineering 

Triangle : Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ; Civil Engineering 

Clui) 



"And the greatest in our English literachawer" — Doc Ray Alden 

[no] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



EDWARD EVERETTH W ATERS IVinfield, Kan. 

Business 
X B 

Illinois Union Dramatic Club ; Commercial Club : 
Lincoln League : Freshman \'arsity Football and Bas- 
ketball (3) ; Class Football (4) ; Varsity Basketball (4) 



CHARLES PROVIXE WEBB East St. Louis, Mo. 

Law 
<!> A A 
Egyptian Club ; Pbilomathcan Literary Society ; John 
Marshall Law Club; Preliminary Honors; Varsity 
Cheer Leader 



WALTER HARR\' WFBER Tower Hill 

Business 

A K E ; A K X 

Phenix; Junior .Member Student L''nion Council 

(3); President of Student Union Council (4'; Ku 

Klux; Freshman Baseball (i); Varsity Baseball (2) 

(3) (4) 



MELVL\ EICHBERG WEIL Chicago 

Electrical Engineering 
X * 
Adelphic Literary Society: Student Member A. 1. 
E. E. ; Lieutenant in University Regiment (3); Sopho- 
more Emblem Committee (j) 



JOIIX RICHARD WELLS Harvard 

Agriculture 
X B 
Scabbard and Blade; Captain University Regiment 
(4) 



RALPH RAY WELLS Wenona 

Agriculture 
Iris, Ionian Literary Society: Agricultural Club; 
Agronomy Society; Sophomore Debating Team (2); 
Cast of Palace of Truth ; Agricultural Dance Commit- 
tee 






'Shining morning face" — Sloxxeger, S A E 
[III] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



I.AWREXCK MARTIX WEXTER Chicago 

Mechanical Engineering 
T A ; T B n 
Mandolin and Glee Club (3) (4) ; Class Basketball 

(I) (2) (3) (4) 

CHARLES WHAM Cartter 

:2 X ; A i; p 

Laiv 
Shield and Trident; Order of the Coif; Adelphic Lit- 
erary Society: John Marshall Law Club; Egyptian Club; 
X'arsity Football (2) (3); Indiana-Illinois Debate (3); 
I'reliminary Honors; Law Dance Committee (3) ; Vice- 
President of Lincoln League (4) ; President of Pan- 
Hellenic Council; President Senior Class Second Sem- 
ester 



CLH'FORD E. WHEELOCK 

Agriculture 



Urbana 



COURTLAND KIRKE WHITE Rockford 

Literature and Arts 
Adelphic Literary Society; Scribblers Club; Mask 
and Bauble: Illio Staff (3); Assistant Editor Illinois 
Magazine; Associate Editor Siren: Illini Staff 



RUTH LIN'COLX WHITAKER 

Literature and Arts 

A 3 A 



Chicago 



GEORGE GLEXX WILEY 

Mechanical Engineering 



Warren 



Nice old lady in vicinity of Third and John: "Lazv, but them Belts do study late at night" 

[112] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEENILLI 




ILLINI SENIORS 



LLOYD GARRISON WILLIAMS Elgin 

Law 
4> K ■>!' ; 4> A * 

Illio Board (3); Illini Trustee; Glee Club (4); 
Law Dance (3) ; Home Coming (4) 



\ 



\ 



BEX J. WILSON 



Civil Enciiuccring 
ATA 



Chicago 



FRANK HARLAND W ILSON Champaign 

Electrical Engineering 



HORACE SMITH WILSON Chicago 

Science 

A T n 

Yoxan ; Glee Club (2) ; Senior Ball Committee (4) 



\\ ILLIAM PAXTON WITT 

Civil Engineering 



Kane 



COLLETT EVERMAX WOOLMAN Urbana 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Club: Agricultural Glee Club: Agri- 
cultural Dance Committee; Senior Football Team 



kV 



f 



I have one cigar n(>zi', but I'll take another — er — for my room-mate — Ivens, 4> A A 

[113] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 

WILLIAM HENRY WOOLSTON Geneva 

Science 
* A e 

Phenix ; Ku Klux ; Yoxan ; Vice-President of Stu- 
dent's Union from College of Science: Varsity Foot- 
hall (T, : Captain Elect (4) ; Varsity Basketball (3) ; 
Captain (4) ; Junior Smoker Committee; Freshman 
Varsity Football and Basketball (i) 

WALTER BOATMAN WORSHAM Paris 

Science 

Acacia ; Shield and Trident ; Secretary Electrical 

Engineering Society (2) ; Treasurer Aero Club (2) 
(3)!; Cadet Hop Committee (2) ; Assistant Art Editor 

1910 Illlio (2) ; mini Staff (2) ; Art Editor 191 1 Illio 

(3) ; Business Manager Dope Sheet (3) (4) ; 1912 Illio 
Board (4) 



JOHN EDWARD WRIGHT 

Electrical Engineering 



Herscher 



ROBERT GARDNER YOUNG 

Electrical Engineering 



Harvard 



GEORGE JOHN ZIMMERMANN 

Business 
* B K; A K X 
Der Deutsche Verein ; Commercial Club 



Peoria 



ADOLF EDWARD ZUCKER Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Literature and Arts 
Deutsche Verein ; Transferred from Concordia Col- 
lege, Ft. Wayne (4) 



ELMER ROYAL BLOCK Champaign 

Business 
A T n 
Colorado University (i) (2); W'isconsin Univer- 
sity (3) 



'Come on — less get a book from the Library." "Wot for?" "I wanna see Lizzie Bryan 
smile" — Steindkeedkk, Ben 

['Ml 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 







Class Colors — Blue and ll'hitc 



Class Officers and Committees 




c. 

H. 
B. 
N. 
A. 



/• I r s t 

R. Light . 
H. Harwood . 
H. Crowder . 

F. Nolan . 

R. IVENS . 



.S c )ii c s I c r 



y 



President 

icc-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Scrgeant-at-Arms 



Second 

Paul C. Gauger . 
Mabel McIntyre 
a. e. jiolch . 
F. C. Hare . 
Elmer Roberts . 



Semester 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



Edward Wallace Football Manager 

A. P. Lagorio Basketball Manager 

L. E. Mathers . . Outdoor BasketbaN Manager 

E. P. Shapland Baseball Manager 

G. E. Woods Track Manager 

V. H. Cartwric.ht Editor /p/.? Illio 

J... C. Ice Bus. Manager igis Illio 

L. M. Fort Hatchet Orator 




P. C. Gauger 



C. A. Holton 



R. L. Kelley 
R. R. Reimert 
R. S. Gregg 
M. P. Taylor 



J. M. McCuNE 
J. K. Jones 



Jay Colvin 
C. B. McGrew 
A. W. Kimball 
T. V. Ellis 



D. H. McGorrisk 



C. R. Light 



JUNIOR CAP COMMITTEE 

B. H. Crowder Chairman 

T. A. Fritchey K. B. Shinn Marie Cune Florence Royer 

Mabel Wallace 

JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE 

C. R. Light President 

J. K. MoFFETT Chairman 

y. l\. Cartwright FL H. Harwood B. S. Fisher C. 

A. D. Savage C. A. O'Connor T. A. Fritchey F. 

P. H. Ward S. L. Pogue R. P. Rollo E. 

T. 

JUNIOR SMOKER COMMITTEE 

I. A. Dixon Chairman 

G. A. Kempf p. a. Handke E. P. Shapland J. 

G. E. Woods F. J. Prindleville F. C. Hare A. 

H. CoRLEY G. H. Benjamin Edward Wallace 

SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 

R. L. Kelly Chairman 



W. Allison 
J. Naprstek 
A. GiROUx 
W. Ellis 



F. Garrett 
E. IIolch 



C. A. O'Connor 
G. E. Woods 

A. R. IVENS 



J. F. Garrett 
H. J. Troup 
T. A. Fritchey 



C. H. Fletcher 

W. S. MiDDLETON 

J. A. Huston 



N. 
R. 
L. 
R. 



SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE (Boysy 

P. A. Handke Chairman 

F. T. Naprstek A. D. Savage M. P. Taylor R. 

R. "P. Rollo S. L. Pogue 



P. Heath 
R. Reimert 
B. Ermeling 
S. Webb 



C. Rottger 



SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE (Girls) 

Ruth Davison Chairman 

Belle Williamson Peach Andrews Mabel McIntyre \'iola Crossland Cornelia Mather 

Elizabeth Brooks Fay Miller Mabel Haines Florence Royer 

"Tommy Arkle's detective system's crude — crude—" — Nemo Nathan 

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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY 

OME say "13" is a hoodoo, but do not allow them 
to deceive you. In reality "is is a lucky charm, a 
talisman which protects and leads to success all 
those who come within its powerful hypnotic influ- 
ence. The class of "13 has even been guided by that 
talisman ; hence our success in accomplishing every- 
thing we have set out to do. 

To be sure, our greatness is not of the spectac- 
ular kind recognized by the world at large, but ever 
since we were freshmen, our spirit has been that of 
kindness and charity toward all. Not a class in the 
institution but has felt the effect of our altruism, 
and profited thereby. Realizing that it is greater to 
given than to receive, we began our career of good will In- letting the class of '12 
win from us in pushball. In fact we like that class so well that we again be- 
friended them by giving them the championship in football. 

As "sophs" we extended our sympathetic charity to the yearlings of '14 and 
allowed them to gain the pushl)all title. This leaves only the freshmen of '15 
whom we have always generously protected from their enemies, especially at 
such times as the night of th freshman ".Stag." 

We are indeed a noble-hearted, genennis class. No one can gain-say it. 
We could have won these titles if we had wished to. We have the stuff'. Just 
l(x)k at our championship baseball team of last spring; they delivered the goods. 
Call to mind our cham])ionship track team of last fall; they showed their mettle. 
Recall our championship basketball team of last winter; they proved their worth. 
Hut while for the sake of charity it has usually been our policy to please 
other classes by giving them the i)alms. in non-competitive life, in the social 
realm, we have always occupied the foreground. Who can say that the unquali- 
fied success of our I'rom and Smoker has ever been a])proached except bv our 
own Cotillion and our own Sophomore Stag? 




There's nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness and hiiiiniiilitx—lln<iiUi IIkdman. :i N 

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First Semester 
Dkan Chask 
K. Beebe 
T. C. Stone 
J. H. Delano 
N. A. Wkigiit 



Class Colors — Silver Gkay and Maroon 



Class Officers and Committees 



Second Semester 
President II. P. Ousley 

. Vice-President . .... J. K. Ryan 

Secretary Lois Benson 

Treasurer ...... C. N. Warriner 

Sergcant-al-.\rnis R. L. Lauham 



II. 
L. 
H. 
E. 
B. 



W . Bye . 
W. Miner . 
F. HvnE 
R. Foster . 
J. Rappaport 



Football Manager 
Outdoor Basketball Mgr. 
Outdoor Basketball Mgr. 
Baseball Mgr. 
Track Mgr. 



COT ILL! OS COMMITTEE 



Dkan Chase 

B. H. Bl-OEBAIM 

Albert Gonsior 
NuEL D. Belnap 
John J. ]\IcCoy 
Henry B. Parker 
William F. Fielder 



e. h. morrissey 
B. H. Carter 
E. M. RowE 
H. W. Mann 



C. W. Huddelson 
W. C. Heally 
Frank M. Keig 
Fred A. Healy 

H. J. SCHWABACKER 

ST.AG COMMITTEE 



E. L. Kaspar 
E. H. Hopkins 
A. M. Gaddis 



President 

Chairman 
John O. Ade 
Henry P. Vandercook 
Roy H. Miers 
H. P. Daugherty 
Howard A. Mathews 



Chairman 

E. E. Leopold 
E. R. Suter 
J. H. Phillips 



PUSHBALL CO^LMITTEE 

H. P. Ousley Captain 

H. J. Schwabacker E. L. Kaspar P. F. Kerrigan 

C. H. Pierce L. L. Delony A. L. Glick 

R. E. Thomas E. H. Parkins G. B. Polhemus 

EMBLEM COMMITTEE 

L. R. Axtell Chairman 

E. M. LuRiE Joe Lawless 

A. L. Little L. E. ^Ieir 



'Hyperion's curls ; the front of Jove himself" — Leo G. 

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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY 

'Fortune and victory sit on tliy helm" — Shakespeare 

IK) can declare the triumphs of '14. and by 
whom can her glory he told? Her name has 
gone out througli the earth and her deeds to the 
end of the world. Fortune and victory are in 
her right hand, and in her left hand honor and 
integrity. All glory to "14. 

Oh that some Homer might rise to sing the 
glories of our class ! Shall not we, who have 
been crowned with the wreath of victory and 
of whom the sting of defeat is not known, re- 
joice? Fortune, herself, smiles with content upon her favored child. 

Behold from last year our history as Freshmen. Did we. shrinking in terror, 
succumb to the haughty Sophomores, like unto those who came before us ? Nay, 
but rising in righteous indignation from out the icy Boneyard. we smote them 
hip and thigh. xA.nd likewise in other paths was our prowess made known to the 
University. 

Nor in the history of the second was our fame abated. Even as the 
avenger in a conquering chariot who knows not fear of his enemies, so did we 
chastize the rebellious Freshmen. None could stay our progress. The proud 
Juniors, and the most high Seniors, did they not quail before our heroes? 
Mighty were our deeds and the glory thereof. 

Who is like unto you. oh "14. in all the University? Who is like unto you, 
doing wonders and crowned with glory? Sing ye to '14 for she has triumphed 
gloriously. 




Killed by a train of thought running through his head — Percy Beal, A T Q 

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Class Colors — Blue and Gray 



Class Officers and Committees 



First Semester 

L. D. TiLTON 

P. E. Wagner . 
H. A. RoK . . 



E. S. Gehrig 
O. C. Jones 



H. B. Rogers 
G. W. Blake 
J. E. Smith 
D. D. McKay 

L. D. TiLTON 



President 

. Vice-President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



Second Semester 

E. A. WlLLLFORD 

. R. A. Strong 

. . . H. A Roe 

E. S. Gehrig 

J. L. McKeown 



football Mgr. 
Indoor Basketball Mgr. 
Baseball Mgr. 
Outdoor Basketball Mgr. 
Track Mgr. 



PUSHBALL COMMITTEE 



A. \\". Gross 

B. H. McBlRNEY . 



G. A. Ayers 
B. H. Becker 
L. P. Kurt 
A. A. Odell 



H. O. O'DONNEL 

J. E. Smith 
R. Rhinehart 
G. E. Waidell 



Chairman 
Captain 

H. DeCosta 
J. Gardner 
J. P. Lichter 
P. L. Mvers 



SMOKER COMMITTEE 



B. H. McBlRNEY 

J. E. Smith 
J. L. McKeown 
M. C. Spalding 
H. A. O' Don NELL 
F, Staat 
A. A. Odell 
A. Peyraud 



Chairman 



A. Wagner 
R. D. Chapman 
L. M. Robrock 
W. H. Sellerds 
F. H. Duhadway 
R. Lawton 
C. H. Kendall 



With rings on her fingers, and bells on her toes — she cuts a figure, wherever she goes — 

Dr. Schoefferle 



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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY 




HE fall of 1912 opened with tlic eyes of a mighty and 
hopeful commonwealth focused upon the rising youth 
of our great University. At this crucial moment, at 
this time of concentrated suspense, the class of 191 5 
appeared upon the scene. The world staggered, the 
community endured and the long suffering faculty 
smiled a sickly grim antagonizing patience. Nature, 
slowly recovering from the shock, regained her equi- 
lil)rium. and the morning and the evening were the 
first day. 

The concentrated energy of a fiend, malevolent and omniscient, could devise 
no punishment more torturuous than the tantalizing suspense of the ill-starred 
Freshmen. Ikit the assiduous, merciless class of '14 did not allow the new- 
comers to remain long in gloomy expectations. The dreadful "October Days," 
the modern "Jveign of Terror," approached with the sure, uncompromising 
swiftness of the guillotine. 

The curly auburn locks oi many a blushing yearling, the pride of a fond 
and doting mother, succumbed to the heartless blade of the eager sophomore. 
Like the Ganges of India, the pure and crystal Boneyard grew slimy and pol- 
luted with the gangrenous carcasses of ambitious freshmen. Finally the storm 
passes by, the shears were donated to the bacteriology laboratory, and the 
plodding I'.oneyard again wearily entered ui)on its annual track of purification. 
The struggle for existence had begun ; October 20 was to determine the survival 
of the fittest. 

The battle was cruel and merciless. The freshmen fought with a courage 
born of despair, but nothing could resist the slow uncompromising advance of 
the sophomore machine. The very life blood was crushed out of the luckless 
yearlings, and transformed into a dense uncanny steam by the intense heat of 
friction. "And in those days," ]^r()])hesie(l the (Jood Hook, "shall men seek 
death, and sliall n<»l lind it; and sliall desire to die, and death shall fiee from 
them." That night a dank, dark vapor hung over the field of battle, muftling 
the shrieks of the dead and dying. The sophomores had triumphed 10 to o, 
leaving behind them a crimson trail of desolation and woe. It was truly the 
survival of the fittest. 

i'n.ni tJK- remnants of the unsophisticated mob of budding youth was 
moulded an organization worthy of the name of Illinois. The dross had been 
consumed, and the gold refined. Upon the backs of this class do we place the 
confidence of a true and loyal University, in them we place our trust. 

\'ive la '15. 

"Shorty far short"— C. P. Webb, <I> A A 



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Sophomore-Freshman Pushball Contest 




'The loud laugh that spoke the vacant mind"— Favl Fritchey, K S 

[ 121 ] 



Miss Betty is resting at present 

From dances and games and school, 

To think and to wonder and puzzle, 
And dream on the edge of the pool. 

One year of college is over, 
She is thinking about it there, 

While she gazes down on the ripples 
And her face's reflection, fair. 




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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 

E. V. Champion President 

T. E. Thompson Secretary-Treasure 

DIRECTOR OF ATFILETICS 
Geor(;e a. Huff 

ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL 

Alumni Members 

Arthur R. Hall, Danville Judge Solon Philbrick, Champjiig i 

George R. Parr, Chicago 

Faculty Members 

Prof. George A. Goodenough Prof. J. W. Richards 

Dean Oliver A. Harker Director George A. Huff 

Student Members 

T. E. Thompson H. R. Hedman 

E. V. Champion G. E. Keithley 

A. E. Rathbun 



"Our illustrious, dear old class of igio" — Ekblaw, Acacia 

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FOOTBALL 




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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




1911 FOOTBALL REVIEW 

T the close of the 1910 football season. Illinois, Minnesota, and 

Michigan were conceded equal claimants for the chanii)i()n- 

V f^/:^rv^^m ship of the West. After the wonderful record achieved by the 

H-.:*Jrff\^N^^s)^. ^^ Orange and Blue during that season no less a title than that 

of champions in 191 1 was confidently expected by the root- 
ers. Their fond dreams were not to be realized, however, for 
instead of laying claim to the first place, Illinois must 
after the season's battles have been fought, be content 
with fourth place in the Conference. 

( )nly four men had been lost by graduation and a 
large number of veterans were on hand. The 1910 
"I" men to return w^ere Captain Roberts. Springe. Belting. Wham. Oliver. Seiler. 
Merriman. Dillon. Woolston. Lanum and Davis. Other capable material was 
found in Hall. Paul Uelting, Prince. Thompson. Watson. Carter and Tillson. 
among a squad of about fifty. Prospects were bright but the run of ill luck 
which was to pursue the team throughout the season soon set in. W ham. a 
tackle on the 19 10 team, accepted a position as instructor in the faculty, and 
Lanum, who showed great ]iromise of developing into a lineman, was thrown out 
of the game for the season I)y a broken ankle. The loss of these men was rather 
serious in that Cai)tain IJutzer and Twist of the 1910 team, had by graduation 
left a big hole to till in tlie front row. 

The season opened on Illinois h^ield, October 7. when Millikin appeared. 
The Decatur team was easily defeated 3 ito o, and although not marked by any 
brilliancy the play of the Illini was such as to encourage the rooters in their 
hopes for a championship team. On October 14 the St. Louis University was 
met and defeated by a score of 9 to o. 

The team was given a final grooming for the Chicago game which was 
played on Marshall I^eld October 21. P.efore three thousand loyal Illinois root- 
ers the Illini warriors, fighting to the last, on a field resembling a sea of mud. 
and in the nn'dst of a driving rain, went down in defeat by a score of 24 to o. 

liefore the student body could recover from this shock the hoodoo again 
appeared, this time disabling Seiler and Merriman, l)oth veteran quarterbacks, 

The latest thing in curves — College Dancing Clcb 

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within a week. Purdue was next on the schedule and on November 4 were taken 
into camp by a 12 to 3 score. "Swede" Hall played the quarterback position, 
ably taking the place of the crippled veterans. The gloom was dispelled and 
again hopes arose. The following Saturday the team went to Indianapolis and 
met the Hoosiers. The battle ended in a o to o score. In this contest Oliver, 
the team's star end was seriously injured. On Xovember 18 Northwestern came 
to Illinois h'ield. The Purple and White started with a rush but Illinois came 
back strong and in a contest tilled with exciting plays won 27 to 13. 

One more game remained, that with Minnesota. The giant Swedes came 
with a wonderful record and every effort was made by the Illinois coaches to fit 
their men for a gruelling battle. ( Jn Xovember 25 the game took place on Illi- 
nois Field before a crowd of thousands of students augmented by a great num- 
ber of alumni who had returned for the annual Home-coming. In the fiercest 
battle of the year the Illini went down in defeat before superior weight by a score 
of II to O. Though the result was a defeat, the gallant tight made by the Orange 
and Blue filled every rooter with pride. 

The Minnesota game was the last for Captain Roberts. Hall. Seiler. Henry 
Pelting, Prince. Davis. Merriman. Paul Belting, 'i'h()m])son. Sj>ringe, Watson, 
Dillon and (Jliver. These veterans have distingui>hed themselves on many a 
field and their loss will be keenly felt. Captain-elect Woolston. Rowe, and Carter 
are the "I" men who will return and they will form a powerful though small 
nucleus for the 1012 team. 

The 191 1 fo<>tl)all season at Illinois was not a success from the viewixDint of 
the ordinary observer. Dame Fortune played a big part in blasting the hopes for 
a championship team. However, a greater victory than that of winning games 
was achieved : in the face of defeat and misfortune players and students rallied 
nobly and put up so game a fight that they are deserving only of the highest 
praise. The 191 1 team will always be known as a clean, game, gritty team of 
fighters. 




Leaving for Chicago 



Did Leo G. lose his collar? Naw, his wife is using it for a belt 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 



CHKSTf;K C. Roberts 

Franklix W. Bauer 

Arthur R. Hall 

JUSTA M. LiMiCKKX 

PERSONNEL 

Enos M. Rovve Right End, Left Halfback Otto Springi: . . 

Don H. Cartkk Right End C. B. Oliver . . 

James G. Lam. Right End Albert S. Hall . 

David C. Prince Riglit Tackle Otto E. Seiler . 

H. P. Thompson Right Tackle John R. .Merriman 

C. B. Watson . Riglit Tackle. Right (,'uard C. C. Dillon . . 

Paul Belting Riglit Guard \\ . H. W'oolston 

C. W. Davis Center C. C. Roberts . . 

C. H. Belting Left Guard H. S. Tili.son . . 



Captain 
Manager 
Head Coach 
Line Coach 



. Left Tackle 

. . Left End 

Quarterback 

Quarterback 

Quarterback 

Right Halfback 

. . Fullback 

Left Halfback 

Left Halfback 



Illinois 
Illinois 
Illinois 
Illinois 
Illinois 
Illinois 
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Illinois Field 





St. Louis . 





Illinois Field 


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Chicago . 


 24 


Marshall ImcIc 


12 


Purdue 


3 


Illinois Field 


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Indiana . 





Indianapolis 


27 


Northwestern 


. 13 


Evanston . 





Minnesota 


II 


Illinois Field 



October 7 
October 14 
October 24 
November 4 
November 11 
November 18 
November 25 




He just got to zvin this election because Seiler's already made a date ivith his girl to lead the 
grand march — Monk De Leuw 



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CHESTER CORWIX ROBERTS 

In Captain ''Bull"' Roberts the team found a leader 
of wonderful versatility in the new game and of con- 
sistent ability in the old line smashing plays. He was 
also gifted with the power of encouraging his men 
when things looked the darkest, thereby often success- 
full}' iiolding the opposing line and turning defeat 
into victory. 

Although handicapped l)y injuries in the early part 
of the season "Bull" played for the Orange and Blue 
in the later contests, and especially the one with Min- 
nesota, with as much "pep" as he had exhibited at 
half back during his two previous seasons. 



OTTO SL'RIXGE 

"Ott" Springe was f(nmd to possess all the requi- 
sites of an excellent football tackle. He had plenty of 
weight, distributed over a rangy frame, strength for a 
hard, sure throw, dogged determination, and in addi- 
tion a football head. Last year was "Red's" best. 
i-'ew gains were made through iiis territory. He not 
only was a dangerous man to a line plunger but he 
looked the part and his very aggressive attitude caused 
the o])posing leader to try out his other plays ])efore 
attempting a plunge thnjugh tackle. Springe was in 
the game hard every minute of the time and whether 
on defense or offense his presence was always felt. 



JOHN RILEY MERRIMAX 

"Merrie" came in for his share of the season's 
hard luck. His shoulder blade was broken early in 
the season and resulted in his being kept on the side 
lines for the rest of the year. It was his last year of 
football for Illinois and his spectacular broken field 
running, his quick execution of quarter back plays, 
and his good judgment as a field general are now 
things of history in the annals of ( )range and Blue 
football, but they will not soon be forgotten by those 
who have seen him in lighting trim. 



Say, now really does everyone have to cry at the Setnor Bazvl? — C. K. White 

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OTTO EDWIN SEILER 

The Hoodoo seemed bound to eliminate every avail- 
able quarter-back for soon after "Merrie" met with 
his accident Otto Seiler was laid up with a similar in- 
jury. This was one of the worst calamities that could 
have befallen the team at the time for Otto's wonder- 
ful success at drop kicking of the season previous had 
caused the Tllini to rely upon him to register many of 
their points in this year's contests. It is not too much 
to say that had Otto been in condition during the en- 
tire season Illinois would have had a larger total score 
for the year. 



CHAUNCEV KRISTOL OLIVER 

Another of the twelve seniors who appeared on the 
gridiron for the last time in the Minnesota game was 
"Chink" ( )liver. one of the finest ends ever developed 
at Illinois. His tirst season he i)layed at tackle with 
great credit, but because of his sj^ced he was shifted 
to end where he even surpassed all the predictions 
that were made concerning him. 

"Ollie" shone at g<»ing down under punts, and it 
was no uncommon thing to find him down the field 
ahead of the ball ready to down the runner in his 
tracks. The trickey forward pass was handled effect- 
ively by Oliver and he was also a good punter. 



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CHESTER CHARLES DILIJ^X 

It has been the concensus of opinion that "Chet" 
Dillon's quick dodging and twisting through a broken 
field, his speedy runs around end. and his heady work 
in critical moments combined to make him the most 
spectacular j)layer of the year. Although one of the 
lightest men on the team he held the position of half- 
back throughout the season, making up for his lack 
of weight by his speed and courage. Through Dillon's 
graduation in June the Orange and Blue will lose 
one of the most aggressive backfield men she has had 
in many years. 



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ALIU-.RT LKAXDF.R MAM. 

.\fler the injuries to Seller and Merrlman. "Swede" 
Hall was shifted from his ixisitiim at end and placed 
at (|uartcr. He took tt) his new place well and before 
the close of the season was regarded by the lllini as a 
star of the hrst magnitude, [lis mastery of the for- 
ward pass was exceptionally s])ectacular and resulted 
in many substantial gains. T.ut in addition to the 
spectacular j)art ■"Hallie"" was an excellent field gen- 
eral and used the best of judgment in selecting his 
plays. His punting was intelligent and it is to be 
regretted that he liad but one \-ear of varsitv football. 



WILLI. \.M HI-.Xk\' W'OOLSTOX 

"Woolie"' is probably the best line-[)lunging full- 
back Illinois has ever had on her team, and his con- 
sistency and grit have been essential factors in win- 
ning man}- of two seasons' games. "Bill" can also 
]ilay the ])ositions of end or (|uarterback very accept- 
al)l\- which fact made him e\cn more valuable to the 
team. Not only was W'oolston a good player but he 
was popular with his team mates as was evidenced 
by his being cho>en leader <if next year's eleven. If 
unsjiaken determination counts for anything "Bill" 
ought to l)e the leader of a \ictorious team next fall. 



CHARLES Mi:XKV BELTIXii 

I lenr\- ISelting was one of the Illinois men to jje 
i^anked on the All-Western. The honor was given 
him not ])ecause of spectacular play but ])ecause of his 
hard, consistent i)lugging. iii> ability was shown both 
on the offense and defen>c. .Many times he was used 
in cai'rying the ball and his gain^ were usually stib- 
stantial. At goal or place kicking he had few equals 
in the West and he could always be counted on to 
register his one point after every touchdown. I'.ut it 
was probably because of his defensive ability that he 
was chosen on the All-Western. He fought with 
determination for e\er\ inch of ground as though the 
result of the game de])cn(led ujxin it. 



Tak'c Iter tip tendendy, lift her with care; fashioned so slenderly, yniiiig and so fair — 

K\TH.\Ri.\i-: Blaxk. K h .\ 

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CHESTER W'ATSOX DA\7S 

"Hop" Davis, playing at center, was a valuable 
asset to the team because of his complete knowledj^c 
of that important position, his accuracy in passing the 
l)all. and because of his consistent defensive work 
throughout the entire season. He had great endur- 
ance i)owers and was very s]:)eedy as was evidenced 
by his many recoveries of fumbles. Davis' three years 
on the varsity squad were three years of hard and 
conscientious work for the best interests of the team 
and every Illini was very glad to see "Hop" win a 
regular position. 



DA\1I) CHA.VDLER I'KIXCE 

iJefore becoming a tackle on the varsity last fall 
i'rince had played on the Michigan freshman and on 
the Illinois fresliman teams. This experience gave 
him many of the (jualities of a veteran and enal)led 
him to show at his best from the very beginning of the 
season. He could play any line position creditably .so 
that whenever a shift was necessary Prince was the 
man to change. He played a hard, steady game and 
was always "on the job." It is to be regretted that he 
had only one year on the varsity and his absence will 
be felt keenly on next season's team. 




PA Li. I'.ELTIXG 

It i> a rare thing to hml brothers hlling regular 
positions on the Illinois team at the same time. Such 
was the case last fall, however, when the Belting 
brothers held down the two guard positions for the 
entire season. I'aul was considerably lighter than 
Henry but made up for his lack of weight by his speed 
and aggressiveness. He was a good place kicker and 
was called on to test his ability at several different 
times. He entered the University a Junior, so he too 
had but one year on the varsity team. He was a steady 
and experienced player and his presence in the line 
added strength to the team. 




All great men are dead and dying, and I don't feel well myself — Julep Gokbkl 

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DONALD HUME CARTER 

Don Carter obtained his football experience in 
Champaign High School. That his training was thor- 
ough was evidenced by his first year's work on the 
varsity. He exhibited a complete knowledge of the 
game and also proved to be a hard fighter. Early in 
the season Carter was placed at tackle where he played 
a very efficient game but it was not until he was given 
a chance at end that he showed his true worth. In 
the Minnesota contest especially his playing was spec- 
tacular and was the cause of much comment and many 
predictions as to what might be expected of him during 
his next two years. 



GEORGE JAMES LANE 

Lane was not fortunate enough to get into a full 
game and so was not awarded an "I," although he 
broke into the game at several times and was a val- 
uable sub. He was a fair lineman but seemed more at 
home at end. This year's experience should be of con- 
siderable aid to Lane and he will undoubtedly be one 
of the regulars on next year's squad. 



ENOS MARION ROWE 

Anyone who was familiar with Rowe's work on the 
freshman team was not surprised to see his advance 
to the varsity as soon as elegibility rules permitted. 
Rowc was a spectacular line-plunger and also shone 
at smashing interference. Vmm all indications much 
may be expected of him during the next two seasons. 
His one year's experience on a team of veterans ought 
to prove valuable to him and to the teams which are to 
profit by it during the next two years. 



"Herbie" Hedman, senior, inquiring at library desk, "How do you get psychology books out 
of here?" 

[136] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




HERBERT PERCY THOMPSON 

"Tommie" is equally proficient at guard and 
tackle and his work in the latter position in the Min- 
nesota game was especially worthy of praise. He 
had a hard part to play against the "beefy" opposing 
tackle but. through sheer pluck and determination 
he was able to withstand the ( iopher's attack. I-'rom 
all indications next }ear "Tommie" will be a regular. 



CHAu^'CE^■ I'.kowx watsox 

Watson had considerable e.\i)erience in water }X)lo 
before he made the f<xjtl)all team and this exper- 
ience was no doubt of considerable value to him in 
several ways. He i)layed tackle and guard with a 
steady efifectiveness that helps to win games. Wat- 
son was (|uick and heady and also had his share of 
pluck and grit. He has another season with the 
team which, if dope is worth while, should be his 
crowning one. 



HAROLD LUTHER TILLSON 

Tillson, who was the star half on the freshman 
team of 1910. was another of the Illini who sufifered 
bad luck. He was ke])t out of the game most of the 
season with a bum knee. The injury, however, was 
nothing permanent and the rooters hope to see "Til- 
lie" in the lime light during the next season. 






^.^1^:*^^ 



Prof. Boyer in English 16, "Mr. Bennett, what is a hard?" 
Bill, "Kind of a boat, ain't it'' 

[137] 




Charles C. Roberts 
Otto Springe 
John R. AIerriman 
Otto E. Seiler 
Chauncev B. Oliver 



George J. Lane 



John R. Merriman 
W. Drake 
E. S. Drake 
W. A. Cope 
Frank D. Murphy 
Guy L. Morrill 



Herbert T. Leo 



Raymond R. Thomas 
Claude VanGundy 
Harry Weber 
Claude H. Watts 



Albert L. Hall 
William H. Woolston 



W. R. Vosburgh 
P>. F. Taber 



M. J. Mix 

E. J. Brock MEYER 



FOOTBALL (1911) 

Chester C. Dillon 
Albert L. Hall 
William H. Woolston 
Charles H. Belting 
Chester W. Davis 
Chauncey B. Watson 

"I" CAPS 



TRACK (1911) 

Wirt Herrick 
a. e. burwash 
Paul J. Graham 
E. \\'. Bullard 
J. R. Barron 



"I" CAPS 
Joe K. Burns 

BASEBALL (1911) 

Glen D. Butzer 
Clarence Twist 
Herbert Kemman 

BASKETBALL (191 2) 

HoMKK W. Dahringer 
Herbert T. Leo 

.V//7.1/.1//.VC; 

G. S. Beau M ANT 
Dean Chase 

'I" CAP— Julius Goebel 
WATER POLO 

I'. W. GUMAER 

' ). I\. Clements 
II. I'. Thompson 



GYMNASTICS— V.\m\Ku W. ST^■LES 



Daviii C. Prince 
Paul Belting 
Donald H. Carter 
Enos M. Rowe 
Herbert P. Thompson 



Harold L. Tillson 



James A. Hunter 
C. M. Stitzel 
Otto Seiler 
Fred Cortis 
Carl J. Rohrer 
Henry Belting 



Allan Nevins 



Frank J. Naprstek 
George Arthur Kempf 
Curtis R. Light 
Edward Wallace 



James G. White 
Ralph Gates 



C. H. Thompson 
Lonsdale Green 



H. F. DOERR 

C. B. Watson 



"Had he a tliousaud tmujiics ta tell a tlioiisaiul i/irls his love, 'tzi'uuhi be but half cnough"- 

• Dutch" Wkis, li O n 



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VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 





REVIEW OF 1911 TRACK SEASON 

HE K^i I Outdoor Track season started off with a 
victory over Purdue to the score of 69^ to 47^ 
on May 6th. Purdue was strong in the dashes, 
and hurdles, and also won the mile but Illinois 
got away with nine firsts. 

A week later we repeated by beating Chicago 
on their own field l)y the good score of 71^ to 
54}^. Davenport starred for the Maroons win- 
ning the 220, 880. and second in the 100. R. 
Drake tied the Illinois record of 25 3-5 sec. in 
the 220 hurdles and (irahani won the pole vault 
at 12 feet. 

The next Saturday before the Interscholastic crowd Illinois won a close 
meet from Wisconsin. lioth teams were well balanced. Each team won seven 
firsts but Illinois won the relay and got a few more seconds and thirds. The 
Ereshmen beat Knox badly at the same time. 

On May 2^ the freshmen snowed under the Chicago freshmen 76 to 28. 
We were among those suri)rised by Missouri in the conference at Min- 
neajxjlis. but several of our men won good places. 

The 1912 indoor season started with a one-sided exhibition in which we beat 
Purdue 70 to 16. Carelessness in the mile which caused all our men to fall 
gave Purdue one of their two firsts. 

In our two meets with Chicago we beat them almost as badl}- on their own 
floor as we did here in s])ite of the fact that Murphy and Case were unable to 
compete uj) there. In the home meet the Relay team composed of Burke, I lunter, 
Wilson, and Cortis clijjped two full seconds off the gymnasium record placing 
it at 2 :4('). The freshmen also won by large scores. 

It was in the Indoor Conference at tlie Patten ( iymansiuni in b'vanston on 
March 30 that the team covered itself with glory. The greatest race of the sea- 
son was Sander's victory over the su])pose(lly invincible Davenixirt of Chicago. 
This made up for previous disappointments in the mile and two mile and set a 
new indoor record of -.^2 3-5 sec. With nothing left Imt the relay the score 
stood 2'j to 26 in favor of Wisconsin witli Xorthwestern tln'rd and ('liicago 
fourth. 

1 lie d()i\:n upon llicir lips lay like a sluidow of n horcriiui kiss — Skntor T,a\vs 

[ 140 1 




SENIOR TRACK MEN 



o. 



IXE seniors will have run their last race for Illinois by the 
night of June first. The Conference meet takes place on 
that date at Lafayette, Ind., closing the present season. 
Captain I*"rank 1). Murphy leads the list. "Murph" won the 
pole vault against Chicago in the first meet of his soph- 
omore year and has been repeating it pretty consistently 
ever since. He holds the outdoor conference record of 
12 feet 4 !4 inches and in the Philadelphia meet last year 
In- tied for first at i_' feet sK' inches. He shows by his 
work in the 1912 indoor meets that he himself will break 
these records if anyone does. 

Otto Seiler, veteran of many meets as well as many 
football games also leaves the team 
this year. He has been a very re- 
iable sprinter ever since his sopho- 
more year, often winning and always 
running a good race. 

Guy L. .Merrill i> the tiiinl man 
wliM has won his "1" three years in 
succession on the track team. He 
has rarely missed placing in a high 
jump during these three seasons and 
has a large number of firsts to his 
credit. His loss will be felt next 
vear. 



Charles H. Belting in ad<lition 
to his football fame has an enviable 
reputation in the weight events. His 

fa\orite is the hammer throw, in 
which event he placed second in the 
i')ii Conference. He also stars in 




F. D. Murphy 



E. Skiler 

the discus and shot with which he has won 
many points. 

.\nother weight man is Herbert T. Leo. 
His specialty is the shot which he has heaved 
for many lirst i)laces in dual meets. 

-Mthough this year has been his first and 
will be his last of Varsity competition, How- 
ard Cheney has already shown his ability as 
a point winner in the indoor meets. He won 
his "I" in his second meet. 

Tn addition to these si.x "I" men there 
are three others, Gregory Vigeant in the half 
mile and F. F. Hislop and R. W. Dickenson 
in the two mile. These men have won points 
in the indoor meets and should all win their 
letters before the season is over. 



H. Belting Guy Morrill 

"That girl smiled at me." "Looking at you she couldn't help it"—Si Frailey, A X 






VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



VARSITY TRACK TEAM 



OFFICERS 

Carl J. Rohrer Captain 

Frank D. Murphy Captain Elect 

Herbert Hedman . Manager 

Harry L. Gill Coach 



PERSONNEL 



Otto E. Seiler 
Gregory Vigeant 
Guy L. Morrill 
Elmo S. Drake 
Waldo H. Drake 
John R. Merriman 
Fred Cortis 
James A. Hunter 
C. M. Stitzel 
J. L. Barron 

Wirt D. Herrick 



H. p. Thompson 
E. W. Bullard 
M. R. Bebb 
C. Henry Belting 
Otto Springe 
Paul J. Graham 
Joe K. Burns 
W. A. Cope 
a. e. burwash 
Herbert T. Leo 
Allan Neving 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



OUTDOOR MEETS, 1911 

ILLINOIS vs. PURDUE AT LAFAYETTE, IND. 
May 6, 191 1 



Event 


First 


Second 


Third 


Time 


loo-yanl Dash . 


Hoffman. P . 


Seiler, I. 


Kessler, P. 


:io 


120-yard Hurdles 


Richards, P. 


Drake, I. 


Merriman, I. 


:i5l 


220-yard Dash . 


Kessler, p. 


CoRTIS, I. 


Seiler, I. 


'■22l 


220-yard Hurdles 


W. Drake, I. 


E. Drake, I. 


Richards, P. 


:26f 


-140-yard Run 


CORTIS. I. 


Hunter, I, 


Stitzel, I. 


:53? 


880-yard Run . 


Barron, I. 


Cleveland, P. 


Herrick, I. 


2:03 


Mile Run . . . 


Wasson, p. 


Cleveland, P. 


Thompson, I, 


A-iSi 


Two Mile Run . 


Bullard, I. 


Roberts, P. 


Goss, P, 


io:o8f 


High Jump . . 


( Morrill, I. and 
I Evans, P. and 


McVaugh, p. tied 
Bebb, I. tied 




5 ft. 9 in. 


Shot Put . . . 


Belting, I. 


Springe, I. 


Stockton, P. 


40 ft. 2\ in 


Pole Vault . . 


Murphy, I. 


Graham, 1 and 


Gannon, P. tied 


1 1 ft. 8 in. 


Discus Throw . 


Stockton, P. 


Burns, I. 


Belting, I. 


123 ft. 6 in. 


Broad Jump . . 


Graham, T. 


Richards, P. 


Seiler, I. 


20 ft. 9 in. 



Score — 111. 69^/2, Purdue 47J/4 

ILLINOIS vs. CHICAGO AT MARSHALL FIELD 
May 13, loii 



Event 


First ; 


Second 


Third 


Time 


100-yard Dash 


. Earle, C. 


Davenport, C. 


Straube, C. 


:ioi 


Mile Run . . 


. Cope, I. 


Rohrer, I. 


Long, C. 


4:41* 


220-yard Dash 


. Davenport, C. 


Earle, C. 


CoRTIS, I. 


:23 


440-yard Dash 


. . CoRTis, I. 


Skinner, C. 


Hunter, L 


:50t 


Two Mile Run 


. BURVVASH, I. 


Rohrer, I. 


Bullard, L 


10:26 


120-yard Hurdle; 


; . KuH, C. 


Whiting, C. 


Drake, I. 


:i5l 


220-yard Hurdle; 


; . E. Drake, I. 


Kuh, C. 


Whiting. C. 


■2Sl 


Discus Throw 


. . Burns, I. 


Belting. I. 


GOETTLKR, C. 


122 ft. 8 in. 


Pole Vault . 


. . Graham, I. 


MtTRPHv, I. and 


Rogers, tied 


12 ft. 


High Jump . 


. Menaul, C. and 


Morrill, I. — Goettler, C. and Bebb, 


I, 5 ft. 8 in. 


i6-lb. Hammer 


. Belting, I. 


Leo, I. 


Burns, L 


146 ft. 6\ in 


Broad Jump . 


. Graham, I. 


Kuh, C. 


Nevins, I. 


21 ft. 4 iiL 


880-yard Run 


. Davenport, C. 


Cope, I. 


TiMni.ix, C. 


2:08^ 


Relay .... 


. Illinois 









Score — 111. 71^2, Chicago 54J/I 



'Oh, Pshaw!" — Al Nevins, Iris 
[144] 



OUTDOOR MEETS 

ILLINOIS-WISCONSIN AT ILLINOIS FIELD 
May 19, 191 1 



Event 


First 


Second 


Third 


Time 


100-yard .... 


Richards, W. 


Seiler, T. 


Sanders, W. 


■■M 


Mile Run .... 


Cleveland, W. 


Cope, I. 


Lampert, W. 


4:32^ 


220-yard Dash . . 


Richards. W. 


Cortis, I. 


Sanders, W. 


:22s 


120 High Hurdles . 


ROHN, \V. 


W. Drake. I. 


Merriman. L 


:i6 


440-yard Run , . 


Richards, W. 


Cortis. I. 


Hunter. I. 


:5if 


Two Mile Run . . 


Bullard, I. 


Cleveland, W. 


Gradiss, W. 


10:291 


Discus Throw . . 


Beltinc, I. 


Dinsworth. \V. 


Pierce. W. 


118 ft. 7\ in. 


Pole Vault . . . 


Murphy. I. and 


Graham, I. tied 


.Mkkcku, \\". 


II ft. 8 in. 


220 Low Hurdles . 


E. Drake, I. 


\\. Drake, I. 


ROHN, W. 


•.2Sl 


16-II). Shot Put . . 


Pierce. W. 


Leo, L 


Belting, L 


42 ft. 4J in. 


880-yard Run . 


Sanders. W . 


Herrick, L 


Hunter, L 


2:01 


High Jump . . . 


Morrill, I. 


Johnson, W. 


WlSKOCIL, W. 


5 ft. 10 in 


Hammer Throw . . 


Belting, I. 


Peevee, W. 


Wood, W. 


143 ft. 9 in. 


Broad Jump . . . 


Nevins, I. 


Gillett, W. 


Wiskocil, W. 


20 ft. ?,% in 


Relay 


Illinois 


Wisconsin 







Score — 111. 69, Wis. 57 

OUTDOOR CONFERENCE AT MINNEAPOLIS 
June 3, 1911 



Event 


First 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 


Time 


lOO-yard Dash 


W'asson, X. D. 


Wilson, Coe 


Straube, C. 


Earle, C. 


■AO\ 


220-yd. Dash . 


Wilson C. 


Richards, W. 


Earle, C. 


Straube, C. 


:22| 


440-yd. Dash 


Davenport, C. 


Bermond, Mo. 


Cortis, I. 


Hill, M. 


:49f 


880-yd. Run . 


Davenport, C. 


Bermond, Mo. 


Devine. N. D. 


Cleveland, W. 


1:56! 


Mile Run . . . 


Johnson, Mo. 


Wood, Cal. 


Thorsen, N. 


Wasson, P. 


4:27! 


Two Mile Run 


Steele, Mo. 


Cleveland, W. 


Wood. Cal. 


Stodsvold, M. 


9:50 


i20-yd. Hurdles . 


Nicholson, ^lo 


Williams, N. D. 


Quarnstok.m. Morn. 


Beeson, Cal. 


:i5f 


220-yd. Hurdles 


KiRSEY, Mo. 


Beeson, Cal. 


Williams, N. D. 


Schwartz, N. 


:25f 


Shot Put . . 


Menaul, C. 


Pierce. W. 


Hale, Cal. 


Frank, M. 


42 ft. 8 in. 


Discus Throw 


Roberts, Mo. 


Stockton. P. 


Frank, M. 


Belting, I. 


123 ft. io|^ in. 


Hammer Throw 


Pierce, W. 


Belting, I. 


Wood, \V. 


Goudard, S. D. 


141 ft. 8 in. 


Broad Jump . 


Allen, Cal. 


Wasson, N. D. 


Tambert, M. 


Williams, N. D. 


23 ft. I in. 


Pole Vault . 


Coyle, C. 
Murphy. I. 
Graham. I. 


All tied for first 




Mercer, W. 


12 ft. 4i in. 


High Jump . 


Nicholson, Mo. 
Bf.eson, Cal. 


Johnson, W. 1 
) Morrill, I. 
j French, K. 

Peterson. M. 






5 ft. 9 I in. 


Relay Race 


Illinois 


Wisconsin 


Minnesota 




3:28i 



Gee and Haw again! If Mrs. Hana said. "Hazv. Haw," why did not Leo G.f 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



INDOOR MEETS, 1912 



PURDUE vs. ILLIXOIS 



Illinois Gymnasitm, Fep.ru.^kv q, 1912 



Event 


First 




Second 




Third 


Time 


Pole \"ault . . 


Ml-RPHY. I. 




Phelps, P. 




KOPF, I. 


II ft. .s in. 


.S5-yard Da.sh . 


Seiler, 1. 




Phelps, I. 




Casner, T. 


:04i 


40-yard Hurdles 


Le..\x.\Ii\"(;, 


P. 


Case, I. 




COSTAR. I. 


:05? 


Mile Run . . . 


G.^RD^•ER, P 




Belnap, I. 




Thompson, I. 


4:48 


440-yard Run 


S.XMllR.S, I. 




CORTIS, I. 




French, P. 


:53f 


Shot Put . . . 


Leo. I. 




Cheney, I. 




Butts, I. 


39 ft. 8 in. 


His:h Jump . . 


Cheney, I. 




Morrill and 


Prince 


Prince, I. 


5 ft. 10 in 


88o-yar(l Run . . 


. Henderson, 


I. 


ViGEANT. I. 




Egler, p. 


2:09 


Two Mill- Run . 


HiSLOP. I. 




BULLARD, I. 




Caliem, p. 


10:18 


Relay Race . 


. Illinois (\ 


ViLSON, Stitzel, Hunter, 


Burke) 


2:49 



Score — Illinois 70, Purdue 16 



ILLIXOIS vs. CHICAGO 



Illinois Gymnasium, February 17. 1912 



Event 


First 


Second 




Third 




Time 


Pole Vault . . 


. COYLE, C. 


Murphy, T. 




KoPF, I. 




II ft. 9 in. 


35-yard Dash . 


. Phelps, I. 


Wilson, I. 




Casner, I. 




:04l 


40-yard ?Iurdles 


. Case, I. 


CoSTAR, I. 




Stanley,. C 


. 


:05f 


Mile Run . . . 


. Cope, I. 


Belnap, I. 




Thompson, 


I. 


4:48 


440-yard Rur. 


. Davenport, C. 


Sanders, I. 




CORTTS, I. 




:52f 


Shot Put . . . 


. Menaul, C. 


SCRUBY, C. 




Leo, I. 




42 ft. 4I in 


880-yard Run . . 


. Davenport, C. 
Cheney 1 


Henderson, 


I. 


Chandler, 


C. 


2:05i 


High Juni]) . . 


. Morrill [ 
Case J 


( 1 ) tied 








5 ft. 6 in. 


Two Mile Run . 


. Bullard, I. 


Bishop, C. 




HiSLOP, I. 




10:10* 


Relay Race . . 


. Illinois (Burke, 


Hunter, W 


ILSON, 


Cortis) 




2:46 



Score — Illinois 58, Chicago 28 



yind li'liy docs Zckc Currier's mother alzi'ays send his mail to the Delta Gamma Flouse 

[146I 



THE NINETEENTHIRTEENILU 




Event 
50-yard Dash . 
50-yard Hurdles 
^40-yard Run 
880-yard Run 
Mile Run . . 
Two Mile Run 
Shot Put . . 
Pole \'ault 

High jump 

Relay Race 



JJJJXOIS vs. CHICAGO 
Bartlktt Gymnasium, March 9, 1912 



First 
Phelps, I. 

COSTAR. I. 

Davenport, C. 
Davenport, C. 
Kelnap. I. 
rullari), t. 
Menaul, C. 

COVLE, C. 

Cheney, I. ) 
Menaul, C. ( 



Second 
Seiler, I. 
Miller, C. 

CORTIS, I. 

Henderson, I. 
Thompson, I. 



1 hird 
Mathews, C. 
Mathers, I. 

,3L0AN, C. 

Cope, I. 
Woods. T. 



DiCKERSON, I. BOLANDER. I, tied 

ScRUBY, C. Belting, I. 

KoPF, I. Lawler, C. 

Morrill, I. 
Cox, C. 



tied 



Illinois (Stitzel, Hunter, Cortis, Sanders) 
Score 52j^— 32H 



Record 

:05* 
:07 

:55 
2:0-1 

4:481 
12 :oo 

44 ft. 8 in. 
II ft. 8 in. 

5 ft. 9i in. 



Event 

50-yard Dash . . 
50-yard Hurdles 

440-yard Dash . 

880-yard Dash . 

Mile Run . . . 

Two Mile Run . 

Pole \'ault . . 

High Jump 

Shot Put . . , 



INDOOR CONFERENCE 
Patten Gymnasium, March. 30, 1912 



First 

LiXN, X. 
Case, I. 
Sanders, I. 



Second 

Wilson, I. 
Pierce. X. 
Davenport, C. 



Davenport, C. Henderson, I. 
Cleveland, W. Thorsen, N. 
Seaton, W^. White, W. 



MrKpHv, T. 

Wahl, W. 
Fletcher, X. 



One Mile Relay Illinois 



Coyle, C. 

Menaul. C. 
Cox, C. 
Menaul. C. 

I Wilson 
J Hunter 
I Cortis 
t Sanders 



Third 

Farmey, W. 

Hey MAN, W. 

Cortis, I. 

schaughneson, m. 

Brodish, W. 

Calvin, P. 

Ray, X. I 
Phelps, P. f 

tied 

Frank, M. 



Record 

:05t 
■07 

■coi. 
0—0 

2:o3f 
4 :32| 



Fourth 
Casner. I. 

Schley, W. 
Moody, W. 
Cope, I. 
Thorsen, X. 10 :oif 

tied 12 ft. o in 

Cheney, I. ] „ r. ,„ • 
,r T r 5 It. 10 m. 

Morrill. I. ) -^ 

Buser, W. 45 ft. 3i in. 
3:41 



SCORE 

Illinois 31 

Wisconsin 29 

Northwestern 21 J^ 

Chicago 20 

Minnesota 4 

Purdue 3^ 



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Overheard at stunt show: "Tatt Lambda"— let vie see. "Oh yes isn't it that honorary frat?" 

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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLIC3 



ILLINOIS TRACK RECORDS 



OUTDOOR RECORDS 



EVENT 

100- Yard Dash . 
220- Yard Dash 
120-Yard Hurdles 
220- Yard Hurdles 
^40-Yard Run 
880-Yard Run 
One-Mile Run 
Two Mile Run 
High Jump 
Broad Jump . 
Pole Vault . 
Shot Put . . 
Discus Throw 
Hammer Throw 



HOLDER RECORD 

May, '09 :oc)% 

Bell :2i| 

Kline, Lazear, Brown :i6 

Brown, 'id 125^ 

Mills, Lixdberg, '09, Hanley, '10 . . :5o| 

llEKuaK, '11 I :58g 

Herrick, 'ii 4:34 

East, 'lo . . . 9:54^ 

Clark 6 ft. ^1 in. 

K'kator 22 ft. I I in. 

.Ml Ki'iiY, '12 12 ft. 4i in. 

Bl-kroughs 44 ft. 7 i in. 

Brindage 129 ft. 

Burroughs 152 ft. 9^ in. 



INDOOR RECORDS 



EVENT HOLDER 

35-Yard Dash May, '09 . . . 

50- Yard Dash May, '09 ... 

40-Yard Hurdles Dupuy, Jenkins, '09 



440- Yard Run 
880- Yard Run 
One-Mile Run 
Two Mile Run 



record 

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McCuLLY 2 :04 

Cope, '13 4:37? 

GiLKERSON 10:02* 



High Jump KiRKPATRICK 

Pole Vault Murphy, '12 

Shot Put Burroughs 



5 ft. II in. 
12 ft. \ in. 
43 ft. 3 in. 



'Well, they say that the best fruit grows closest to the ground" — Shorty Miles, 

[149] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Imxish of Two Mile, Wisconsin Mket 




Finish of 220 Hurdles, Wisconsin Meei 



Freshman, fussing at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house, ''Chaperone, chaperone, who's got 
the chaperone?" 

[150] 



THE NINETEEN-THIFCTEEN ILLI 




1 rik •§ l 

INTERSCHOLMC 

The 20th Illinois Interscholastic Meet 

ESPITE the bad weather during that week and the fact that a 
liard rain drenched the crowd towards the end of the meet, 
the iQii Interscholastic lived up to its high reputation and was 
a success in every way. Five hundred athletes from approx- 
imately eighty schools kept the officials busy from g :oo a. m. 
till after i. p. m. Most of the marks made were fair, and a 
new record was made in the mile. A new event this year was 
the 120-yard high hurdles and from the number of entries is 
-ure to be a feature in succeeding meets of this class. 

University High took first place for the third time in 
succession, with 23 points. Hyde Park finished second with 
iSj'j points: Oak Park was third with 17 points, and Lane 
Tech. captured 16 points. These 
four schools furnished the closest 
competition for first honors and 
the others divided up what was 
left. The lowest score was one- 
half of a point. 

Loomis of University High was 
the individual star of the meet, 
scoring 13 of the 2S points won b\ 
his team. Xoonan of Decatur set 
a new record when he ran the mile 
in 4 minutes, 37 1-5 seconds. 
Schobinger of Harvard School. 
ran the 120-high hurdles in 16 sec- 
onds flat. 






H. E. Foster 



Interscholastic Records and Holders 



Event 
50-yard Dash 



100-yard Dash 
220-vard Dash 
440-yard Run 
880-yard Run 
One Mile Run 
120-yard High Hurdles 
220-yard Low Hurdles 
High Jump . 
Broad Jump . 
Pole Vault . 



12-pound Shot 

12-pound Hammer Throw 

Discus Throw 



To see "Rube" 
Sig works' 



Holder 
Borden, Hyde Park . 
EckersoU, Hyde Park 
Harrison, Crane 
W. W. May. Rochelle . 
EckersoU. Hvde Park 
EckersoU. Hyde Park 
Martin. Oak' Park . 
Vates, Galesburg 
Noonan, Decatur 
Schobinger, Harvard School 
Duff, Normal .... 
Dougherty, Biggsville 
Lewis, Pittsfield 
Enos. Alton .... 

Kimball, LaGrange . 
Byrd, Milford .... 
Berry, Beardstown . 
Byrd, Milford 



D.ATE 

1898 
1903 
1906 
1905 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1908 
1900 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1910 
1910 



L. M. Apgak 



Record 
51 sec. 



10 seconds 
22 seconds 
Slg sec. 

2 min. If sec. 

4 min. 37| sec. 
16 seconds 

251 sec. 

5 ft. 11 in. 
22 ft. 83 in. 

11 ft. i in. 

49 ft. 10 in. 
166 ft. 91 in. 
139 ft. 5 in. 



Foster wrinkle up his little brow, you'd imagine that h 



e was the whole 



SUMMARY OF 1911 INTERSCHOLASTICS 

Illinois Field, May 20, 191 1 



SCORE 

University High, Chicago 23 

Hyde Park, Chicago 18J/2 

Oak Park i" 

Lane Tech, Chicago 16 

50-yard Dash. Henke. Lane Tech. (i): Lootnis, University High, (2); Kellogg, Hyde 
Park, (3) ; Kendall, Chillicothe, (4). Time, sf seconds. 

lOO-yard Dash. Loomis, University High, (i) ; Brewer, Urbana, (2); Henke, Lane 
Tech., (3) ; Grimes, Alomence, (4). Time, 11 seconds. 

220-yard Dash. Kellogg, Hyde Park, (i) : Ward. University High, (2); McCornell, 
Gibson City, (3); Hart. Benton, (4). Time, 2t, seconds. 

440-yard Dash. First Race — Goelitz, Oak Park, (i) ; Mathis, Danville, (2); Knight, 
Virginia, (3); Largent, Champaign, (4). Time, 52^ seconds. 

440-yard Dash. Second Race — Smith, Hyde Park, (i) ; Harron, Oak Park, (2) ; Bluett, 
Lane Tech., (3) ; Acker, Springfield, (4) : Time, 53^ seconds. 

880-yard Run. First Race— Fairfield, Oak Park, (i) ; Brooks, Paris, (2) ; Whitlow, 
Chillicothe, (3) ; Bodman, Hyde Park, (4). Time, 2 :o6f . 

880-yard Run. Second Race — Noonan, Decatur, (i); Merrill, Chillicothe, (2); Wells, 
East Aurora, (3) ; Barron, Oak Park, (4). Time. 2 :02f . 

Mile Run. Noonan, Decatur, (i) : Merrill, Chillicothe. (2) : Waage, Lane Tech., (3) ; 
Fairfield, Oak Park, (4). Time, 4 min. t,7\ seconds. 

120-yard High Hurdles. Schobinger, Harvard School, (i) ; Ward, University High, (2) ; 
Riedell, Oak Park, (3) ; Leiserpwitz, Herscher, (4). Time, 16 seconds. 

220-yard Low Hurdles. Loomis, University High, (i); Pollard. Lane Tech., (2)'; 
Johnston, West Aurora, (3) : Soluni, Murray F. Tuley, (4)- Time, 26* seconds. 

High Jump. Phelps, Rochelle, (i) ; Lieseking. Carlinvillc. and ilonold, Paris, (2) ; Allen, 
Clinton, and Dickey, F"airfield, (3). Height, 5 feet 9 inches. 

Running Broad Jump. Heusted, Roodhouse, (i) ; 20 ft. 9f i".; Carpenter, Rochelle, (2) ; 
20 ft. 8^ in.; Staunton, University High, (3), 20 ft. 2K' in.: Bailey, Xormal, (4), 19 ft. 8J in. 

Pole Vault. Schobinger, Harvard School. Wagner, Hyde Park, Bell, Hyde Park, and 
Bachman, Englewood, tied for first. Height, 11 ft. 

Putting I2-Ib. Shot. Xickerson, Champaign, (i): 44 ft. 10', in.: Currier, West .\urora, 
(2), 43 ft. 8J in.; Bachman, Englewood, (3), 42 ft. 9 in.; Schnbingcr, Harvard School, (4), 
42 ft. si in. 

Hammer Throw. Berry, Beardstown, (i); 155 ft. 5 in.; French. Greenfield, (2), 146 
ft. 3 in.; Nickerson, Champaign, 134 ft. 2 in.; Allen, Decatur, (4), 131 ft. 8 in. 

Discus Throw. Bachman, Englewood, (i), 112 ft. \o\ in.: Ward, West Aurora, (2), 
in ft. 3 in.; Stanton, University High, 104 ft. 3 in.: Xickerson, Cliampaign, (4), 104 ft. 

Relay Race. Won by Springfield: Ilydc Park second: Georgetown, third. Time, 1:37. 



'Say, gotta chew?" — Ed Noth, * K S 
[152] 



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BASEBALL REVIEW 

.lEN Hugh FuUerton. the Tribune 
baseball expert, was asked to make 
a prediction as to who would win the 
champiiinship of the big league last 
year, he is said to have remarked: 
"Well at this early date I could hardly 
make a choice but I'll tell you what I 
will predict and that is that "G" 
Huff's mini will win tlie Western 
Conference Championship." That 
"G" was entirely tleserving of the 
confidence here expressed we have 
now had occasion to realize. Xever in tlie historv of Illinois had the makeup of 
the team l)een more uncertain than when spring ])ractice began. There was the 
task of developing a pitcher to hold down the position vacated by the old relial)le 
John Busick. The other half of the battery also i)resented a problem for word 
was received that Captain-elect "Fatt\" I luff wduld l>c unable to return. Three 
veterans were lost to the infield by graduation. "Ian '( i' ste]) into this breach 
and develop a championship team from raw material ?" was on the lips of every 
Orange and Blue rooter. 

When the call for candiates was issued there was a noble resi)onse. Every 
man who felt he had the least degree of baseball ability reported for practice. 
Besides the regulars many of the stars of the 'lo freshmen team were on 
hand and also several who had been kept off previous teams because of ineligi- 
bility. Soon it became evident that there was plent\- of good material. Toward 
the end of March the weather became suitable for out-door work. Milwaukee 
came for their annual ])ractice series and the rooters soon found that the team 
made as good a showing against the leaguers as did our k^io io(X) ])er cent team. 
At Easter time the team was taken to the Universitv of Arkansas for a series 



"The country and people of New England are poor and rocky" — Dean Greene 

[154] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 



of three games. They (h-<)p])e(l one of these to the tune of 3 to 2 entirely because 
of hard luck in fielding. About this time Illinois hopes received a severe blow by 
the announcement that Smejkal, the sensational intielder. was declared ineligible 
because of professionalism. Later the hoodoo manifested itself again when 
Prindiville, who gave great promise as a slab artist, suft'ered the same charge. 
These misfortunes only served to make the rest of the team work harder and 
their labors were amply re])aid by their being adjudged frnm point of record the 
third best teaiu that ever represented the Orange and I'.lue. In the history of 
the University there have been two team> which have gone through the Con- 
ference season without a defeat. The '11 team missed "15ogey" only by slipping 
u]) in the next to the last game of the season played at Purdue. Fifteen Con- 
ference games were played and fourteen of them were victories. 

From a fielding standpoint the work of the team was not sensational. Many 
remarkable plays were made on the hardest kind of chances ; at times the play 
was somewhat ragged and erratic. .\t the bat, however. Illinois excelled any other 
Conference team by long odds. Every man on the scjuad was a dangerous hit- 
ter and took a hard, healthy swing at the ball. Long hits were almost as com- 
mon as singles. On the bases the players were alive and used good judgment. 
TIk- pitching was gilt-edged and pulled the team out ot many tight situations 
resulting from slips in fielding. As has always been the case with Illinois baseball 
teams tlie play and knowledge of the finer jjoints of the game were manifested in 
every move of every ])layer and gave better tribute to the ability and sincerity 
of "G" than any wor(l> of ])raise that might be botowcd uixm him in the 
Baseball Iveview of the season of iQif- 







If all tJie world was apple pie, and all the sea was ink. 

And all the trees were bread and cheese, what should we have for drink?" — 2 N's 



[155] 




VNIVER-SITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE TEAM 



OFFICERS 

L. M. Decker Manager 

R. R. Thomas Captain 

George A. Huff Coach 

PERSONNEL 

Frank J. Naprstek Catcher 

Charles H. Fletcher Catcher 

Herbert F. Kemman Pitcher 

Claude VanGundy Pitcher and Utility 

Claude H. Watts First Base and Right Field 

C. R. Light Second Base 

Harry E. Weber Short Stop 

George A. Kempf Third Base 

Glen D. Butzer Left Field 

R. R. Thomas Center Field 

Clarence Twist Right Field 

Edward Wallace Utility 

G. D. Laing Right Field 

C. Rasher Utilitv 



THE SEASON 



April 


15 


.April 


15 


April 


17 


April 


21 


April 


22 


April 


24 


April 


26 


April 


29 


May- 


3 


May 


5 


.May 


6 


May 


9 


May- 


12 


May 


1.3 


May 


19 


May 


23 


May 


26 


May 


27 


May 


3' 



Illinois . . . . 


. . . 6 


Illinois . . . . 


• • . 3 


Illinois . . . . 


. . . 4 


Illinois 


10 


Illinois . . . . 


. . . 14 


Illinois . . . . 


2 


Illinois . . . . 


. . . 8 


Illinois . . . . 


• . . 5 


Illinois . . . . 


• . • 4 


Illinois . . . . 


12 


Illinois . . . . 


. . . 6 


Illinois . . . . 


5 


Illinois 


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Illinois . . . . 


. . . 9 


Illinois . . . . 


II 


Illinois . . . . 


. . . 8 


Illinois 


. . . 3 


Illinois . . . . 


12 


Illinois . . . . 


. • • 5 



Arkansas 

Arkansas 

Arkansas 

Iowa 

Iowa 

Arkansas 

Northwestern 

Indiana . 

Chicago 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin 

Purdue . 

Wisconsin 

Chicago . 

Chicago . 

Xortlnvestern 

I'nrduc . 

Indiana . 

Chicago . 



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3 
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4 
4 
7 
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Pi Phi chapcrone (coming into the room at 10:30 P. M.), ''O, Mr. Blaisdell I see you are 
spending your vacation here" 

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RAYMOXD ROGERS THOMAS 

"Shorty"' Thomas, captain of the Illinois Confer- 
ence Champions proved himself worthy of the honor 
in every respect. He was without doubt the fastest 
fielder in the Conference. His base stealing was the 
feature of his play, and was the means of many of the 
teams runs. "Shorty" is a sure fielder and covers 
worlds of territory. He was one of the best waiters on 
the team, and was given many free transportations, 
which coupled with his speed, made him a much feared 
man on the bases. He has one more year of varsity 
ball and the coming season should prove him one of 
the mini's most valuable men. 

CLAUDE \'AX GUXDY 

"A'an's" most valuable asset was his versatility. 
\\ hen he was chosen as utility man for the All-West- 
ern there was not an Orange and Blue rooter l)Ut felt 
satisfied that he deserved the honor. As a pitcher 
"\'an" could deliver the goods whenever called upon. 
He was one of the best exponents of curved ball pitch- 
ing in the Conference and did excellent work in every 
game in which he partook. As an outfielder he was 
fast and sure. Throughout the season he was a clean 
consistent hitter. Any infield position he could fill 
creditably although "G" found little use for him 
there. On the bases "Van" was right at home and he 
combined the rare faculty of being able to worry the 
pitcher and at the same time use gocjd judgment as 
to the proper time to steal. He plays his last year with 
the TQI2 team of wliicli lie is captain. 

HARRY EDWIX WI'.T.ER 

Harr\- Weber was one of the bright lights on the 
191 [ team. 1 le played with his old time accuracy and 
sureness and was always depended u])on to start a 
l>atting rally or check one of our opponents by some 
spectacular stop or catch. His fielding was his feature 
and once a grounder was started his way it was a sure 
out with his fast ulii]) to first. He filled the short- 
stop jx)sition as a veteran should and our past suc- 
cess was due largely to his steady and consistent play- 
ing. Much is expected of Harry throughout the 1912 
season wliich will be lii^ hist collegiate baseball. 



Took horticulture and learned to graft — Mat Parkhurst 

[158] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 



GLEX DOUGLAS BUTZER 

Glen D. FUitzer. the veteran outfielder of the lllini 
team played his last year of university baseball in sen- 
sational form. His work in left field was of the same 
steady nature which marked his previous year's work 
on the varsity. Ilutzer's batting was a feature of al- 
most every game and did much toward lllini aggrega- 
tion at the Conference head. It was his timely hit in 
the tenth inning of the Illinois-Chicago game that 
saved the Orange and liluc from a defeat at the hands 
of the ^laroons. lie led the team in batting with an 
average of .350. All told. Ikitzer was one of the most 
valuable fielders in the "'Big 8." 



CLARENCE TWIST 

"Clary" Twist is an example of a ball ])layer with 
the natural ability. He was a good fielder with good 
judgment of a fly but with none too many opportuni- 
ties to display it. As a batter he hit tiie ball hard and 
true but never seemed favored by luck. A sure home 
run would hit the ground only a few feet foul. With 
a fair trial and a little luck Clarence would make a ball 
player that the Orange and Blue would be proud of. 
He has played his last on Illinois Field. 



HERBERT FRED KEABIAX 

The full appreciation of what Kemman did for the 
lllini baseball team in the spring of 191 1 cannot be 
written. The tall pitcher easily and thoroughly filled 
the place left to look so threatening by the graduation 
of John Busick. The college pitcher most often gets 
the credit for titles won and to the lllini whirler of last 
spring a major part of this honor belongs. It must be 
remembered too that Kemman did not have the ad- 
vantage of years training on the varsity, but his was the 
natural kind of baseball, discovered only through 
transcendant performances on the class teams. In 
metropolitan sporting columns they would call him a 
find. He has still another year to play. 





Why shouldn't the Pi Phis be popular? Didn't they provide for the dizzy refreshments at 
the Pan Hell formal? 

[159] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 





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FRANK JOSEPH NAPRSTEK 

When Roger Huff left the varsity and the fans began 
to wonder where they could place their hands on a 
man to hll the back-stop position. A cool level headed 
man was needed with a thorough knowledge of the 
game, and "Nap" stepped into that place and handled 
it most efficiently. His recovery from wild throws 
was speedy and he had a wing to the second sack that 
was fatal. Many well earned steals have been snatched 
from runners by his accurate and speedy throws. Few 
runners ever got to first when a bunt was in his ter- 
ritory. Although he was the smallest player in the 
Conference his playing average ranked him among 
the top notchers at the end of the season. Illinois will 
liave little to fear in the future if the respective ])osi- 
tions are filled as efficiently as was the back-stop for 
the iQii season. "Shrimp" has two years yet to play. 

GEORGE ARTHUR KEMPF 

"Dutch'' Kempf was one of the surprises or finds 
of the year. After displaying good work as a Fresh- 
man he stepped into a regular berth at third base and 
played it like a major leaguer. His method of tagging 
l)ase-runners was one of the classiest plays seen on Illi- 
nois Field last year. He is quick on his feet and his 
pegs are accurate and fast. As a batter he was feared 
by all opposing teams because of his cool attitude at the 
l)iate and his long hits at the right time. His home run 
in the Chicago game will long be remebered. We are 
sure of the leading third baseman of the Conference 
during tlie two remaining years which he has to play. 

CURTIS ROY LIGHT 

"Nig" Eight was one of the members of the star 
iM-eshman team of 'lO who early in the season showed 
])r()mise of varsity caliber. Eventually he was chcxsen 
to shoulder the responsibility of filling "Shorty" 
kighter's position, the key-stone sack, and before the 
schedule was over he proved himself a very able suc- 
cessor to the Suanenfin veteran. "Nig" was unfortun- 
ate from his own but fortunate from the team's stand- 
point in that he played his best games away from home, 
lie was a clever fielder and possessed an underhand to 
first that caused the downfall of more than one aspir- 
ing hitter. His hitting, though at times erratic, w^as 
on the whole hard ancl timely. He has two years yet 
to play. 



'But could it bear the shuck, of rational discussion — Sf.ii.kr's Baseball Akcimknt 

[i6o] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




CLAUDE HARRISOX WATTS 

"Lefty" Watts, the diminutive first sacker was a 
finished ball player and well schooled in the intricate 
points of first base tactics. He was able to overcome 
the handicap of a small stature by the ease and cer- 
tainty- with which he handled thrown ])alls. His 
South-paw peg enabled him to heave the i)ill across the 
diamond without twisting himself into the awkward 
and uncertain postures necessary for a riglit-handed 
first liaseman. "Lefty" was in the game from begin- 
ning to end and was one of tlie most earnest and 
hard working men on the team. 1 le liatted left handed 
and usually met the ball s(|uarely on the nose. He had 
more than his share in clouting hard drives into the 
mits of waiting lielders. making his average for the 
season only mediocre for the season. This however is 
not a fair indication of his ability as a hitter and plaxer 
as his slKHild demonstrate iluring hi- remaining two 
years of play. 

LDWARI) W Al.l.ACl': 

A utilil\ man is as necessary to a team as an\- 
one of the regular players. So was Eddie Wallace 
to last sjM'ing's team. He was a fdler-in-sort of a lad 
— to hit, to run and to field — all of which was his par- 
ticular forte in a i)inch. Players like Wallace are in- 
dispensable to any teaiu, too light to stand the contin- 
ued gaff, to eratic to act in every scene. However 
they make excellent understudies and in the move- 
ments that they actually perform they often outblazen 
the man who gives way. We want more of Eddies 
caliber, men with ginger and ambition, lie is the 
kind of player that gets out the good U< the full, the 
kind that gives every thing he has. the kind that is 
useless after the game is over, but never falters once while wearing the 1 
^^'e will hear more from him before his two remaining years are finished. 




larness. 



Rascher. I'letcher. and Laing. although they did not make a permanent position 
on the \'arsity. were instrumental in making the men. who were holding the 
respective positions for which these men were trying, keep on their toes and 
put forth their utmost. ( )f these men. Eletcher had the greatest opportunity of 
showing his real caliber. His recovery of the ball on bad throws was quick 
and his wing to the second sack was unerring thus cheating a number of fast 
runners and good sliders out of a well earned steal. Rascher and Laing were 
both fast in the outheld and were especially gtxxl in covering territory. 



Pi Phi freshman — "Isn't it funny the Kappas all dress in black at their initiationf" 

[i6i] 



BA SKET 
BALL 





VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 






BASKET BALL 



THE TEAM 



William H. Woolston 
Thomas E. Thompson 



OFFICERS 



Captain 
Coach 



PERSONNEL 



Albert L. Hall 
HoMKR W. Dahrinckr 
Hf.kbkkt T. Li:o 
William H. Woolston 
James G. White . 
Ralph P. Gates . 
A. P. Lacorio . 



Right Forward 
Left Forward 
Center 
Right Guard 
Left Guard 
Forward 
Forward 



January 13 T 

January 14 I 

January 20 I 

January 27 I 

[•"cbruary 6 I 

I'cbruary 7 I 

February 10 I 

Feliruary 23 I 

March 2 I 

March 8 I 

March 9 I 

March 15 I 



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inois 
inois 
inois 
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inois 
inois 
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THE SEASON 



16 Minnesota 

II Wisconsin 

21 Chicago 

20 Purdue 

14 Purthie 



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Indiana 

Minnesota . 

Indiana 

Xorthvvcstern 

Chicago 

Northwestern 

Wisconsin . 



22 Miiuieapi^lis 

26 Madison 

22 Urbana 
35 Urbana 
28 Lafayette 

25 Bloomington 

8 Urbana 

14 Urbana 

10 Url)ana 

17 Chicago 

19 Evanston 

23 Urbana 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 



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[165] 




VNIVEF.SITY OF ILLINOIS 

ACM\TICS 




The swimming and water polo teams finished the season of lyii with a rush. By win- 
ning the Conference swimming meet held at Patten Gymnasium. March lo, 191 1 the Illini 
secured the Western Championship. This was due largely to W. R. \'osburgh the Sophomore 
star who won 16 of the 30 points. On the same night the water polo team defeated Chicago 
by the score of 7 to o and brought home the intercollegiate polo title. Later the polo team 
entered the American Championships and after a hard game were beaten for third place by 
the Chicago Swimming Clul*. The work of Captains Henry and Gossett throughout the year 
w^as particularly commendable. 

The Freshmen swinnuing and polo teams are to be congratulated. The success of the 
season was largely due to the fact that the varsity had in the Freshmen worthy opponents 
in both branches. We will expect to hear further from Dean Chase and G. S. Beaumont in 
swimming and Captain Sewell and O. R. Clements in polo. 

VARSTTV POLO TEAM 




VosBURGH Hrockmkyer Norris (Coach) Mix Grekn 

I>AVis Henry Gossett (Captain) Mueller 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 





LtllLAuU-lLLiX UJ^ Mttr 
Bartlktt Gymnasium, April 8, iQii 



Event 
Parallel Bars . 
Horizontal Bars 
Side Horse 
Flying Rings . 
Timililing . . 
Clul) Swinging , 



Score — Illinois 1 104J/2 

Event 

Parallel Bars . . 
Horizontal Bars 

Side Horse . . 

Flying Rings . . 

Tuinliling . . . 

Club Swinging . 



Seco)iil 
Geist (111.) 
Davis (Chi.) 
Davis (Chi.) 
Davis (Chi.) 
W'iSKLY (Chi.) 



Third 
Davis (Chi.) 
llol.LMAX (111.) 
Hoi. I. max (111.)' 
RuAKKi: (111.) 
Styles (111.) 



First 

Styles (111.) 
Styles (111.) 
Styles (111.) 
Styles (111.) 
D.wis (Chi.) 

MOLLMAN (111.) 

INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET 
Bartlett Gymnasium, Chicago, April 14, 191 1 
; Chicago, ioi6'/4 : Wisconsin, 970^; Minnesota. 945; Nebraska, 596 

First Second Third 

Styles (111.) Weaver (Xeb.) Davis (Chi.) 

Styles (111.) Wisely (Chi.) Calloway ( Minn.) 



Geist (111.) 
RO.ARKE (111.) 
Davis (Chi.) 

1 lOLLMAN (111.) 



SoiTAR (Wis.) 

Weaver (Xeb.) 
Styles (111.) 
Baldwin (Chi.) 



Edwards (Wis.) 
Davis (Chi.) 
Soutar (Wis.) 
Edwards (Wis.) 



GYMNASTITM TEAM 



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Leu G. Hanna (Coach) HoLLMAN(Captain) Roarke Rossett Styles (Capt. -Elect.) Geist 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



\\RI-:S'I1.TXG TEAM 




Colombo 



Kkukki.i. Fauco (Acting Manager) 

Ma I II IKS TlTSKY 



/ rejoice in a xvcll-develof'cd faculty for bluftiiui — P>i.(kk 




TENNIS 



h season of iQio-iyii witnes.^ed the inauguration of a new 
feature in tennis events at Illinois. This was the "University 
Team Championship." Four men were selected from each of 
tlie four classes hy the coach (Dr. Hawk) to compete for the 
championship. The Seniors (Edler. Partridge, Camp and 
Cogswell) defeated the Juniors (Oliver, Ingerst)ll, Wilson and 
Klotz), while the Sophomores (Atkinson, Sedrich, Karkow 
and I->ailey) lost to the Freshmen ( Claflin, McKay, Catton 
and Harden). In the finals the Seniors defeated the Fresh- 
men for the Championship. 

On the basis of the above competition the following play- 
ers were selected to compose the University Team: Edler, 'ii. 
Partridge, 'ii. Camp, 'ii, Ingersoll, '12, and Atkinson, '13. 

Illinois was represented in the Conference tennis event 
(Western Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament) held in Chi- 
cago the first week in June, by Edler and Partridge in the 
singles and IngerMiii and .Atkinson in the doubles. Roth championships were won by Min- 
nesota largely through the individual prowess of "Joe" Armstrong, the Minnesota State 
Ciiani]iion. 

TIk- tournament to decide the University championship in singles and tloubles was 
held in October, 191 1.' For the first time faculty players were excluded from the compe- 
tition. This change of policy proved an added incentive to the student competition. In- 
terest in the outcome of the championship events was increased through the return to col- 
lege of McKim, 'i_', a former meml)er of the tennis team. 

The semi-tinalists in singles were Clatlin, '14, Loehr, "13, .\tkinson, "13. and McKim, '12. 
Claflin and McKim met in the linals. The former won in a very interesting and spirited 
contest. The ch.-nnpion^hip in doubles was won l)y McK'm ard I^g^rs^ll from Clatlin 
and Loehr. 




LOEHR 



Atkinson 



McKim 



Cl-.-^FI-IN 



She— Don't the military fellows look uncomfortable in their uniforms!' 
He — Jl'ell. they are uncomfortable. Hozv zvould ycu like to wear one? 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Schedule During the Season 

April I, lyii — "Novice" Intercollegiate. I. C. A. Michigan first. Chicago second; 
Illinois third. 

April 8. igii — Special event (one man teams) Champaign. Levinson (C) : Sayre (111.) 

April 28, 1911 — Special event at Gym meet. Chicago. Levinson (C.) 8; Sayre (111.) 7. 

May 5, 191 1 — Team dual meet. Chicago. Illinois 12, Chicago 9. 

December 16, 191 1 — U. of C, "Novice" Meet (A. F. L .of A.), Turner's Hall Turge- 
meinde. first ; Illinois, second. 

January 14, 1912 — Western Intercollegiate Meet, Chicago. Illinois first: Chicago second. 

VARSITY FENCIXC TKAM. CHAMPION'S ()]■ THF, WEST 




Sayre Pengilly Beebe (Captain & Manager 

Blessings on him that invented sleep — Booze Jones 

[170] 



FRESHAIAX X'ARSITY FOOTBALL SOUAD 




FRESH^LW \'.\RSTT^' r.ASKFTRALL 




Makay Plockman Hoffman Duner 

DuBiN Erwin Kuhl Melcher Tucker 

CoMSTocK Jensen (Capt.) Williford Pape 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 

FRESHMAN \'ARSITY TRACK TEAM 




Aleshire Wilson Mkurii. (ioNsioR Cheney Case Bl'tts Wright Gill (CuArH) 

BoLANDER Hari'kr Sanders Relnai" Costar SI'ITZNAGEL 

Hen'oersdn Worrell Kopf Harrison 

FR1-:SJLMAN X'ARSIT^' I'Ol.o AXD SWLMAiJNG TEAM 




Thumi'sun Cakier Clements Norkis (Coach) Heal mom- Kane 

Pitts Welty Carney Sewell (Capt.) Lanham Chase 

// lofc zccrc really blind, I bclicrc I shciihl lunr a clunicc — Spike IKval 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 





BOWLING 

n\\ LIXCj at Illinois was more popular than ever 
(lurinj:^ the season of T911-12. This was due 
mainly ti) the stimulating efforts of Mr. R. H. 
Hrown. the capahle manager of the alleys. 

Seven important events w^ere decided U])on 
tlu' \'. M. r. A. alleys. These included the 
"Cup L"(>m])etition" for the I'niversity Cham- 
pionsiiip ; an eight team o])en tournament ; oi)en 
•" singles and doubles Championshi]) ; the class tour- 

nament; the intcr-iratcrnity com])etition and the inter-club event. 

The next important event of the year wa^ the "Cup (."omjietition,"' a l)eauti- 
ful sterling silver loving cup being donated for the event by Mr. llrown. Twenty- 
hve of tlic leading bowlers of the I'niversity entered, the following men (|uali- 
fying for the finals: llerriott. '14. (iambic. '14. McKnight, 'I'urner, '14. I'ostel, 
'1."^, and I )r. Ilawk. llerriolt carried off the honors with an axerage of ISl for 
nine games. 

In tile "eight team" tournament, the team captained by 11. F. Kemman. '12. 
won hrst place with 17 victories and 4 defeats. r>esides Captain Kemman tlie 
team included 1). ( i. (lirton, "12. W. A. Cope, '13. R. J. 
Hale. '13. and !•". 1^. Richart. '14. 

The open tournament in singles and doubles was a 
very popuar event as was evidenced l)y the large number 
(50) of entries. The singles were won by Silkman, '15, 
whereas Postel. n. and Uebb. "12, took first honors in 




the doubles. 

I'^ive teams were entered in the "Class Champion- 
ship" event, the faculty being represented as usual. The 
Sophomore team, captained by llerriott won two cham- 
pionshi])s with \~ victories and 7 defeats. The Juniors, 
Facidt}-. Seniors and Freshmen finished in the order 
named. In addition to Harriott, the winning team con- 
sisted of Turner, Bloebaum. I'eeples, Richart, Gamble and Hoskins. High 
score was made by Kemman (257). 

The usual intense interest was manifested in the annual inter-fraternity 
competition. First place was won by Kappa Sigma with Alpha Tau Omega and 
Delta Tau Delta in second and third places respectively. The Iris won the 
inter-club championship with an unbroken string of victories. 

The Y. M. C. A. team composed of Brown, Miller. Herriott. Turner, and 
Hawk won second place in the Central Illinois Championship Tournament held 
in Springfield. This same team with McKnight in place of Turner, later de- 
feated Clinton on the latter's alleys. The game scores of the winning team were 
934. 930 and 897. 

Till we are built like iuigels, zvitli hammer, chisel and pen, 

We li'ill Zi'ork for oiirsehres and a woman, forezrr and ever. Amen — Fusser's Prayer 

[ 173 ] 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS GOLF CLUB 



Members of the Western Golf Association 

OFFICERS 

O. A. Leutwiler President 

A. R. Warnock Secretary-Treasurer 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

G. A. GooDENOUGH H. A. Barnard 

D. H. Carxahax, Chairman of Tournament Committee 

Record for the course . . 34: held hy E. P. Ripley, '09 



E. C. Prouty 




HE annual fall tournament of the University 
Golf Club was cut short at the finals by the 
early winter. R. P. Gates, '12, and R. C. Wil- 
liams. '13, were the competitors in the finals. 

The golf course of the University Club is 
2,621 yards long for nine holes. Bogey for the 
course is 41 and Par is 33. 

A movement was started this year by the 
faculty members of the club for the building of 
a club house on the course. 

If a Western Intercollegiate Golf Tourna- 
ment is held (luring this year the University 
Club will be strongly represented. The team would probably be picked from the 
following players: R. P. Gates, '12, R. C. Williams, '13, Frazer Hale, '15. J- M. 
Kehlor. '14, D. S. Shellanbarger, "14, S. L. Stebbins, '14, E. B. Hopkins, '14. and 
E. C. Prouty, '14. 



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Ralph Gates 



R. C. Williams 

The personification of sissification — Gladys Gregory 

[174] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



SENIOR CLASS FOOTBALL TEAM 




Dechman Mii.i,i/,kn Carlson Leo Ainswori'h 

WooLMAN Dour.HERTY Habrylowicz Seilried Gii.more Butler 

McFarland Waters Evans Hull (Capt.) Newlin (Mgr.) FisrHER 



JUNIOR CLASS FOOTBALL TEAM 





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KuBY Brockmeyer Mathers Walters Half 

Wallace Hobson Bock McCune Wittich Giroux 

CoLV[N Checkley Fletcher Shaplano Huxman Keimert Dahringer 



IVItat ivouhi the lUiiii do u'itliout Her — Bf.rt 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




SOPHOMORE FOOTIiALL TEAM 
Class Champions 



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Hopkins Simpson Mealy McCoy Papk. IIudoelson 



FRESHMAN FOOTRAIJ. TEAM 



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McCabe Gill Rogers (Mgr.) Payne Gross 

McGuiRE Hurlstone Wagner STUB8LEFiELD(Capt.) Smith Howard 



'Amazed he stands, nor voice, nor body stirs" — Dr. Hottes 

\177] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

191 2 BASEBALL TEAM 




Newi.in Arbuckle Quinn 

Marbach Bi.aisdkl Nau Sandsea 

1913 MASEBALL TEAM 




Boyd Jewett Gate 

Kays Fisher Shapman Portkrfiei.d 

Garrett Cartwright Nevins Hobson Horrel 

Either confess your fault or hold your tongue, for I am sure I'm never in the zi'rong — 

Mis.s Bkvier 

[178] 



I9I4 BASEBALL TEAM 




SuTER Blakk Hkai.y Hadden Kirk 

Powers Churchill Lamiam \Vils(1n Foster 

GRADrATI-: I'.ASKl^rUAI-L TEAM 




Orcutt 



Gentry 



NOERENBERG ML'NCIE SHAI.LER (Mgr.) 

Fulton (Capt.) Kamm 

(L. T. Jones) 



A perambulating personification of Deutscliland — Roller 

[1-9] 



SEXIOK CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM 




(JuiNN (i\Igr.) MAri'KsoN Mii.K.s Akbucklk 

Bkbk Van Deusen Thomas (Capt.) Oris FicK 







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A little gi'ai)! of conscience made liiiii sour — I'Kor. Moss 



SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM 




Rush Huuuleson Rii ii Wki rv 15i;,si-.li. Karges Gi.ick 

Si'ORLEiN Hyde Miner (Mgr.) Kichey (Capt.) Hoskins Balloq 

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM 




Blake (Manager) Cooper Miller (Capt.) Kendall Feldman 
Decker Anderson Erwin Pape Mackey Jensen 

His voice was ever soft and low as a lady's should be — P. C. Knowlton 

[i8i] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



SENIOR FENCING TEAM 
VVox I — Lost 2 




White 



Flatt 

JUNIOR FENCING TEAM 
Won 2 — Lost i 



Al'GAR 




Bauman Albright ]>ihi:i.i.k 

Pope said cm honest vnin ii.\is the noblest work of God but he never saw Dutch li'et^ 
painted up 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




SOPHOMORE FENCING TEAM 
Won 3 — Lost o 




Wagner Root 

I-RF.SIIMAX FENCING TEAM 

Won- I — T.osT 2 



Grii'i-in 




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Detering 



The miniiicj inginirs haf to go to Danville every month on inspection trips, an Dean Arkle 
goes along on suspection trips 

[183] 




CLASS ATHLETICS 

THLETES are not always l)orn but are in many 
cases develo])ed. It is because of this fact that a 
-"^^ new method of conducting class athletics was pro- 
posed and adopted. Heretofore class competition 
has been limited to one team from each class. The 
disadvantages of this scheme are obvious. Only a 
very small proportion of the members of a class had 
sufficient ability to make the teams. Many who 
l)r(>l)altly had the ability failed to try for them be- 
cause they had no confidence in themselves. Often the teams were composed 
almost entirely of men of varsity material who were ineligible for the Univer- 
sity Team because of scholastic difficulties or professionalism. In order to 
remedy this condition the new method was devised and jnit into practice. Each 
class is required to have five teams instead of one. The teams are selected 
according to Colleges. Thus the star players are not permitted to play on one 
team but are divided among the five. This change gives the player with only 
mediocre ability an opportunity of making the team. The consequence is easily 
discernible. Men who have never before taken any interest in Class Athletics 
are out every day working for a ])lace on the team and many of them surprise 
even themselves at the al)ility they have. Of course since the scheme is only 
an innovation here it is im])ossible to make any well-founded ])redictions as to 
its outcome. Soiue of its good points are. however, evident, in the first place, 
as has already been suggested, it widens the interest in class athletics. While 
it is not certain that Varsity material will be uncovered as a result it is not 
beyond contemplation that such a thing might happen. In the second place it 
affords an excellent op])ortunity for the men in one College to become acquainted 
u ith those from other Colleges. This feature does not bear exactly on the Ath- 
letic benefit Init there is no question but that it is verv desirable. 

Similar methods are and have been for some time, practiced in other Uni- 
versifiers, notably Wisconsin. We nia\' perhaps infer from the fact that it has 
become so well established and po]iular there that it is here to stick. Wisconsin 
has found that instead of interest lagging after the first year it has l)een just tlie 
contrary and that each year sees an increasing interest in class athletics. 



MiDiui's angel child — Hunt, 2: X 



[184] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



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INSTRUMENTATION 



A. A. HARniN'G 



Director 



Solo Clarinets 

F. M. Leschkr 
A. J. Albkkcht 
J. R. Shiltkrs 

E. BUCHER 

I'irst Clarinets 

D. I). Kirk 

G. I. LiNUBERG 

R. B. Ponder 
O. L. Browder 

Second Clarinets 

R. R. Hawkins 
M. S. Mason 
H. L. Slack 

E. R. Block 

Third Clarinets 
H. Mathews 
A. H. Campbell 

F. E. RlCHART 

J. H. Rapp 

Alto Clarinet 

R. I. Shawl 

Bass Clarinet 

E. G. Brand 
Flutes and Piccolos 

W. C. Turner 

F. D. Radcliffe 
R. R. Rees 

J. Barr 



Oboe 

E. G. Young 

Bassoon 

G. B. Ruby 

Saxophones 

F. M. MOHLMAN 

W. S. Gentry 
R. M. Parks 
P. N. Davis 

Cello 

M. K. Miller 

String Bass 
B. L. Kirk 

Solo Cornets 

L. W. Riley 
\V. P. Renner 

G. R. Hess 
W. T. Kirby 
W. \V. Miller 

first Cornets 

H. G. W'INANS 

R. E. Green berg 

Trumpets 

R. P. Dewey 
A. H. Orcl'tt 



Horns 

V. A. Mathis 
J. M. Thomas 
D. K. Morrison 
G. B. McMillen 

Trombones 

C. H. Trelkeld 

F. R. Powers 

G. I. P>0()NK 

W. H. Taylo.{ 
J. W. Simmons 

Baritones 

C. A. HOLTON 

C. W. Collins 
E-Fat Basses 

H. E. Van de Veek 
C. E. Palmer 

BB-Flat Basses 

W. N. Leonard 
J. R. Adams 

Snare Drums and Bells 
G. C. Bainum 
K. V. Root 

Tynipani and Xylophone 
H. E. Nelson 

Bass Drums 

H. H. BussE 

Properties 

J. H. Tyler 



Linked sweetness long draicn out — Kathrine Plank, K A e 

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OFFICERS 



J. P. Hanna, '\j 
L. A. Byron, '12 
K. Bebb, '12 
H. G. Glair, '12 
H. C. Eales, '13 



G. Vir.EANT. '12 
C. L. Gustafson . 

First Tenors 

G. Vigeant. Jr.. 'ij 

W. AiNSWORTH, 12 

G. Glover, '12 
R. Chapix. '15 
M. Dltton. '15 

Second Tenors 

H. F. Glair, '12 
C. S. Roberts, "12 
R. A. Nichols, '13 
J. Phillips. '14 
W. H. Bennett, '14 

W. H. Bennett 



GLEE CLUB 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary and Treasurer 
Business Manager 
Assistant Business Manager 



Leader 
Asst. Leader 



First Basses 

J. P. Hanna, '12 

L. A. BVRON, 'l2" 

L. Williams, '12 
G MoRRELL, '12 
R. Yeager, '12 

Second Basses 

C. L. Gustafson, '12 
George Hinchliff, '12 
H. C. Eales, '13 
M. Downing, '14 



Accompanist 



AL\X1)()LL\ CLUB 



W. F. Laxgklikr, '12 Leader 

M. K. .Miller, '12 Asst. Leader 



First Mandolins 

W. F. Langelier, '12 
K. Bebb, '12 
L \\'exter. '12 
J. L. XicHOLS, '13 
W. Brennan, '14 

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C. H. W'escott, 

Flute and Clarinet 
W. C. Turner, 
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Second Mandolins 

A. ^rONTAGEL, '12 
R. RiCHEY, '15 

M. R. Bebb, '15 

Third Mandolin 
\. Dewey, '15 
C. Berkemeyer, '12; H, Klotz, '12 

Cello 

W. K. Miller, '12 

Banjo 

P. C. Rich. '14 



G. Shambo, '14: R. E. Blackburn, '13 



The Phi Gams shout with joyful glee, when snozv time brings their annual spree 

[189] 



SECOND BAND 




A. A. Harding Director 

R. P. Hall President 

E. J. Anderle Secretary-Treasurer 

H. S. Johnson Business Manager 

R. P. Hall Librarian 



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INSTRUMENT A TION 

W. H. Ponder 
E. V. Potter 

J. McKlNNEY 

J. C. Knight 
W. E. Dick 
W. F. Hubbard 
W. L. Griffin 
J. W. Dammers 

E. F. SCHAARMANN 

H. E. Ferguson 
J. D. Mattison 

Trumpets 

H. V. SCHWARZKOF 

R. P. Garrison 

Trombones 

A. R. Wilson 
J. P. Faurot 

F. B. Warren 
C. W. Lant/ 
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W. B. I'din'KKEIELD 

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C. E. HUNGERFORI) 

C. F. Weingartnek 
H. S. Nichols 

C. O. ROSENCRANS 

E-Plat Basses 

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R. W. SCHWARZ 

F. S. McCall 

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E. E. Sandall 

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[ 190] 




VXITVFRSTTY OK ILLINOIS 





COMMANDANT OF CADETS 
Benjamin- Clarke Morse 

Major Tzi'euty-Seventh United States 

Infantry 

I-KF.DKKit K William Post 
Armorer and Administrative Assistant 



Major U. C Morse 



I'lliLI) A\D STAFF 



Colonel 

Lieutenant Colonel .... 
Captain and Regimental Adjutant 
Regimental Sergeant Major . 
Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant 
Regimental Commissary Sergeant 
Regimental Color Sergeant 
Regimental Color Sergeant . 



Paul Kircher 
H. B. Hull 
V. R. Sladek 
W. H. Fielder 
H. Burger 
C. S. Hill 
V. H. Cartwricht 
1.. A. Cline 



In Economics 13 — Drou-sy student, to man sittimj next to liiin : "I'm going to take a nap. 
Wake me up when Franky Leonard gets througli his spiel, will you?" 

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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 



SENIOR OFFICERS 




b\VEHV.i:R Martin bcorr 
Clark Hoeppnkr Bkbb Apgar Berkemeyer Voss 
Sladek Wells Bagley Van Deuskn McIntire Ingalls 

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Clark Walduck Carmichael Ruby Kirchoff Barber Kurt Glenns McGrew Boettiger Biebelle 
Epstine Palmer Seidenberg Ice Gates Horrell Sayre Ermeling Wold Doerr 

Nichols Valentine Thompson Lesslie Morse Hohman Brown Kohout Nebel 



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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN TLIJ 




COMPANY OFFICERS 

FIRST BATTALION 

L. H. Graves Major 

E. H. Leslie . First Lieutenant and Adjutant 

C. B. McGrew Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster 

E. H. Berry . Sergeant Major 

Company "A" Company "C" 

R. 1). Ingalls, Captain T. R. Wells,' Captain 

L. B. Ermeling, First Lieutenant P. E. Buck, First Lieutenant 

J. M. Schneider, Second Lieutenant C. A. Wold, Second Lieutenant 

W. J. Aplington, First Sergeant J. W. Herndon, First Sergeant 

Company "B" Company "D" 

K. Bebb, Captain A B. Van Deusen. Captain 

L R. Ruby. First Lieutenant W. K. Palmer, First Lieutenant 

A. W. Davis, Second Lieutenant A. L. Epstein, Second Lieutenant 

R. T. Reilly, First Sergeant A. C. Strong, First Sergeant 

SECOND BATTALION 

H. T. Leo Major 

H. C. HoHMAN . First Lieutenant and Adjutant 

C. A. Schoessel .... Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster 
H. HosMER Sergeant Major 

Company '"A" Company "C" 

W. C. Berkemeyer, Captain L. W Schunder, Captain 

R. C. Kirchhoff, First Lieutenant N. C. Ice, First Lieutenant 

L. C. Barber, Second Lieutenant H. F. Doerr, Second Lieutenant 

P. B. Root, First Sergeant H. Devine, First Sergeant 

Company "B" Company "D" 

E. G. Hoeppner, Captain S. G. Martin, Captain 

T. F. KoiiouT, First Lieutenant L. A. Boettiger, First Lieutenant 

W. J. Carmichael, Second Lieutenant F. X. Loekfler, Second Lieutenant 

R. M. Bailie, First Sergeant J. C. Palmer, First Sergeant 

THIRD BATTALION 

L. M. Matthews .... Major 

H. C. Thompson .... . First Lieutenant and Adjutant 

E. F. Holt Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster 

H. E. Howes Sergeant ^L^jor 

Company "A" Company "C" 

L. M. Apgar, Captain W. G. Clark, Captain 

C. R. Horrell, First Lieutenant C. L. Walduck, First Lieutenant 

H. C. OsMAN, Second Lieutenant E. A. Glentz, Second Lieutenant 

L. W. Miner, First Sergeant E. C. Prouty, First Sergeant 

Company "B" Company "D" 

W. C. Voss, Captain H. C. Krannert, Captain 

M. L. Nebel. First Lieutenant R. U. Nichols, First Lieutenant 

E. R. Coolidge. Second Lieutenant H. N. Powell, Second Lieutenant 
H. Bargh, First Sergeant F. S. Stroheker, First Sergeant 

FOURTH BATTALION 

A. W. Abbott Major 

J. F. Brown . First Lieutenant and Adjutant 

R. B. Moir Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster 

C. H. Westcott Sergeant Major 

Company "A" Company "C" 

L. E. Dallenbach, Captain W. V. Ingram, Captain 

W. O. Andrews. First Lieutenant N. C. Seidenberg, First Lieutenant 

M. P. Taylor. Second Lieutenant G. W. Porter, Second Lieutenant 

F. A. KoPF, First Sergeant 1. S. Stinson, First Sergeant 

Company "B" Company "D" 

F. E. Schweitzer, Captain W. R. McIntire, Captain 
H. D. Valentine. First Lieutenant C. Thayer, First Lieutenant 

E. M. Clark, Second Lieutenant F. M. Atkinson, Second Lieutenant 

T. Dieckmann, First Sergeant G. Meyer, First Sergeant 

Signal Company Battery 

G. D. Bagley, Captain E. A. Rich, Captain 

C. W. Gates, First Lieutenant C. B. Sayre, First Lieutenant 

L. A. Dole, Second Lieutenant J. J- Kurt, Second Lieutenant 

E. F. Noth, First Sergeant J. E. Churchill, First Sergeant 

The way of the reformer is hard — Seiler, A A * 

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VNIVEF.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ANNUAL COMPETITIVE DRILLS 

May 22, iQii 

Winner University Gold Medal First Sergeant H. C. Thompson 

Winner Hazelton Gold Medal Cadet Private E. K. Augustus 

INFANTRY 

University Bronze Medals 
Company "A" 2nd Battalion, University Regiment 

L. F. Zerbee Captain 

L. V. ScHUNOER First Lieutenant 

W. C. Voss Second Lieutenant 

P. C. Gauger First Sergeant 

Sergeants 
J. M. Schneider M. L. Nebel 

W. S. MiDDLETON H. F. DoERR 

M. L. Becker 

Corporals 
J M. Bergeson R. W. Cutshall 

E. H. Berry H. E. Gaddis 

P. R. Croll R. W. Marten 

A. M. Waggoner 

Lance Corporals 

R. H. Speck J. W. Park 

W. J. Aplington G. L. Severson 

G. H. Cole G. W. Schroeder 

M. G. Gabler G. M. Sparks 

Privates 

B. Abney H. Hosmer 
A. ivl. Allyn R. a. Kane 

C. E. Anschicks R. J. Lyons 
R. H. Bacon W. D. Math is 
J. W. Bailey H. W. Maxey 
W. H. Bennett W. Meyer 

M. C. Booze L. Quisenberry 

L. T. Boyd G. W. Robinson 

I. R. Carter F. E. Rodemeyer 

G. Christy W. C. Sigerson 

H. R. Cochran E. M. Spence 

I. A. Dixon L. R. Spencer 

W. C. DisoswAY E. H. Stevenson 

A. V. Essington T. C. Stone 

S. A. Gay G. B. Weber 

R. S. Geraghty R. R. Welch 

H. L. Henrickson R. Wells 

H. W. IIeywood O. B. Wernsing 

W. B. HODGINS W. H. WOOLSTON 

G. B. Hopkins R. F. Woodward 

ARTILLERY 

University Bronze Medals 

W. R. Camp Captain 

E. A Rich First Lieutenant 

W. E. Hart Second Lieutenant 

J. J. Kurt Sergeant 

Privates 

J. B. Casserly E. L. Hillman 

R. P. Dedlow C. B. Jones 

G. G. FoRNOFF S. L. Pogue 

C. SCHOLL 

SIGNAL COMPANY 
University Bronze Medals 

Sergeants 
W. R. Mathenv E. M. Unzicker 

Corporals 
P. C. Barber L. S. Stallincs 

Privates 

H. A. Amsbury L. M. Fort 

H. Annabel R. R- Huddelson 

J. B. Andrews J. Kramer 

H. W. Bye H. E. Mann 

J. W. Davis E. Roberts 

D. Ferrell C. a. Skoglund 
L. N. Fisher J. G. White 

E. L. Williams 

"Does Paul Hanna always wear his mustache?" "Why yes. it grows on him" 

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UNIVERSITY MILITARY BAND 




COMPANY "A," SECOND BATTALION 
Winner of Company Competitive 




Write, write, write! Produce, produce! Write for sale, and not for use — Motto of Illinois 
Magazine 

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MILITARY DAY 




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Oh thou are wise beyond thy yeurs — T. "Shakespeare" Guild 

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PLBLICATION.S 



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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 







Victor Harold Cartwright, Editor-in-Chief 
Noel Carlysle Ice . . Business Manager 

EDITORIAL STAFF w- ^ 

""***'' A. E. HoLCH 4ssistant Editor *W «■ » 

Nellie Roberts issistant Editor 

B. S. Fisher Fraternity Editor 

Agnes Porter .... Women's Editor 

H. H. Crawford Art Editor 

E. M. Morrissey Cartoonist 

R. C. RoTTGER Roast Editor 

R. D. Murphy Chicago Editor 

L. C. Bernard .... Athletic Editor 
A. R. IvENS Press Agent 

V. H. Cartwright ^- C. Ice 

ASSOCIATES 

G. I). Johnson Football 

I. A. Dixon Baseball 

J. R. Case Track 

A. W. KiMBELL Basketball 

S. L. PoGUE . Honorary and Professional Fraternities 

H. H. Harwood University Publications 

R. P. RoLLA Law and Honorary Fraternities 

F. E.' Vehemeier ". • • Seniors 

W. J. Carmichael Agriculture and Religious Activities 

R. L Kelly Class Athletics 

J.'m.'McCune '. '. Class Athletics 

P. C. Gauger Local Fraternities 

Florence Royer Assistant to IVoman's Editor 

A. D. Savage Assistant in Roasts 

Fay Armstrong Assistant in Roasts 

L. S. Storms Assistant in Roasts 

C. R. Light Class Athletics 

M. O. Nathan Calendar 

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N. C. Seidenberg T. A. Fritchey H. J. Johnson 

ART STAFF 
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H. L. Cheney F. C. Rickey E. L. Ludwig L. W. Ramsey 

C. B. McGrew D. L. Tincher A. R. Brandner R. E. Lawson 

C. L. Morgan L. D. Tilton R. E. Lawson C. A. Klooster 

E. J. Graham R. F. Field L. J. Corbey R. L. Kelly 

The path that leads to I'irtuc's court is iiarrozc—W m.k to Lincoln Hall 

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1913 ILLIO STAFF 




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VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




THE STAFF 




Harold H. Herbert, '12 
Charles M. Sullivan, '12 



. . . . Editor 
Business Manager 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Frank C. Dean, '12 ... . Managing 
Arthur H. Ogle, '13 . Associate News 
Hale P. Daugherty, "14 Assistant News 
Carl Stephens, '12 ... . Miscellanv 



J. Allan Nevins, '12 



Editor 
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Editorial Associate 




C. M. Sullivan H. H. Herbert 

ATHLETICS 

Ray C. McLarty, '12 Athletic Editor 

Chester O. Fischer, '12 4thletic Editor 

Cassius B. Conrad, '13 Chief Reporter 

WiLLARD B. Porterfield, '13 Reporter 

GENERAL REPORTERS 
Harry R. Mirick. '13 Howard Hosmer, '14 

George H. Bargh, '14 AIyer O. Xathan, '14 

Bradley C. Lawton, '15 

DEPARTMENTAL REPORTERS 

Wilfred C. Ropiequet, '14 L. and A. Reporter 

Merrill G. Benjamin, '13 Engineering Reporter 

Arthur D. .Savage, '13 Agriculture Reporter 

Eik;ar p. Hermann, '13 . . . Science Reporter 

Arthur E. Holch, '13 Music Reporter 

Edw^in L. Hasker, '14 Military Reporter 

Fay Armstrong, '14 Women's Reporter 

Paul B. Lauher, '12 ... . Local Reporter 

Clarence A. Klooster, '12 Fraternity Reporter 

Courtland K. White, '12 . . Dramatic Reporter 

Edward H. Morrissey, '14 Cartoonist 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Herrick H. Harwood, '13 Assistant Business Manager 

Francis X. McGrath, '12 Book-keeper 

Charles L. Simons, '12 Circulation Manager 

Theodore A. Fritchey, '13 Assistant Circulation Manager 

Moonstruck Madness — Margaret Harris, K A 6 

[204] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 

DAILY ILLINI STAFF 








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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ASSOCIATE STAFF OF DAILY ILLIXI 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




THE ILLIXI PUBLISHING COMPANY 




T. A. Clark Chairman 

T. A. Fritchey Secretary 

P. H. Ward Treasurer 



Moves in cold majesty down the street with the graceful motion of a Neil Street car with 
a flat wheel — Ethyl Manley 

[207] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



STAFF OF ILLINOIS MAGAZINE 




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THE ILLINOIS 



Of the University of Illinois 




J. ALLAN }<EV1'SS, Editor-in-Chief 
PAUL B. FRITCHEV, Business Manager 

STAPF 

C. K. \\ HITK 

Frank C. Dean 
Margaret Dupuy 
Gertrude Fleming 
Lester Frailey 
Henry B. Parker 
M. F. Oehmke 
Otto E. Seiler 
Carl Stephens 

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B. Bolroette 
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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 

STAFF OF ILLINOIS AGRICULTURIST 




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®ltr 3Utn0ta Ajrtntltunat 

"An Exponknt of Scientific Agriculture." 

Published Monthly by the A(jiicultural Club, 

College of Agriculture, University of Illinois, 

Urbana and Champaign, Illinois. 



W. G. CLARK, 

EDITOR 



W. J. CARMICHAEL, 

BUS. MGR. 



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EDITORIAL 

H. C. M. CASE. Assistant Editor 

R. R. HUDDELSOX, Agronomy 

C. A. ATWOOD, Agricultural Engineering 

C. B. SAYRE, Horticulture 

W. E. JOHNS, Dairy Husbandry 

D. H. STEVEXSOX, Animal Husbandry 
J. V. STEVEXSOX. Entomology 
MISS LIT A BAXE. Household Science 

E. ROBERTS, General Agriculture 
C. O. REED. Alumni 

J. E. BYRXES, Poultry 

R. S. DUX HAM, General Reporter 



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W. C. CARR, Asst. Business Manager 

C. J. ELLIOTT. Circulation Mgr. 

L. W. MIXER. Ass't Circulation Mgr. 



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under act of Congress of March 3, 1879." 



He looks lean and like a lover — "Skeet" Blaisdell, A T fi 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE TECHNOGRAPH BOARD 




Valentine Isreal Fornoff Stough Vandeveer 

Crawkokd Seit.kr Krannert Underhill Nau 



Fraternity life may be bliss but during initiation the freshmen sure are blistered 

[212] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




Published quarterlj- during the college year, by students of the 

Engineering Societies of the University of Illinois 

Representing the interests of the Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Archi- 
tectural, Chemical and Mining Engineering Departments. 



TECHXOGRAPH BOARD 

H. C. Krannert, 'i2 ------- - Editor-in-Chief 

H. W. Underbill, '13 ------ - Business Manager 

G. W. Seiler, '13 - - - - - - Assistant Business Manager 

H. H. Crawford, '12- - - - - - - - - President 

R. H. Nau, '12 -------- - rice-President 

H. E. Vandeveer, '12--------- Secretary 

C. W. Smith, '13 ------- - Editorial Staff 

A. L. Israel. '12 ..- Editorial Staff 

H. D. Valentine, '13-------- Editorial Staff 

A. L. VoiGHT, '12- - - - Business Staff 

G. G. FoRNOFF, '13 - - - - - - - - Business Staff 

G. H. Stough, '13 - Business Staff 



What a cute little baby he must have been — "Nipper" Naprstek 

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C. K. White, '12 . . Associate Editor 

R. F. Field, '14 Art Editor 

P. H. Ward, '13 Business Manager 

W. F. Fielder, '14 Assistant Business Manager 

Assistant Editors 

C. W. White, '13 P. Remmel, '14 Burril Wright. '14 

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GIRLS' ISSUE 

BOARD OF EDITORS 

Eva Mitchell, '12 Editor 

Olive R. Beckington, '12 Associate Editor 

Laura G. Whitmire, '14 Art Editor 

J. L. Goebel, '12 Regular Editor 

Ida May Shotwell, '14 Business Manager 

P. H. Ward, '13 Business Manager 

You see that in the President's absence much responsibility falls on me — Doc Canter 

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P»AS 




VNIVER-SITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE YEAR IN ORATORY AND DEBATE 




HP3 University debating teams, four in number, en- 
gaged this year in contests with Iowa, Wisconsin, In- 
(Hana, and Ohio State Universities, All of the contests 
were fought with ardor and with skill. We divided 
the honors evenly, winning from Iowa and Wisconsin 
in the December debates, and losing to our eastern 
neighbors in March. In each case the decision was 
"split." This serves to emphasize the closeness of the 
contests. 

The victory over the S. U. I. team was especially noteworthy as it was the 
first break Iowa had suffered in a string of successes which began in 1907. The 
defeat was administered on her own platform. In spite of this, however, Iowa 
still holds first place in the total number of debates won since the organization 
of the pentangular league, with eight victories and four defeats. Illinois is a 
close second, with seven winning teams to her credit. We are the only member 
of the league which has never been doubly defeated in any given year. 

A large number of men tried out for the spring debates and the teams 
selected made strong showings. Both the home con- 
tests with Ohio and that with Indiana at Bloomington 
were hard fought and the result was in grave doubt un- 
til the decision was announced. 

Mr. James \'ial Stevenson, wlio has appeared on 
three debating teams, will be our representative in 
the contest of the Northern (Oratorical League at 
Evanston on May 3. Although Illinois is the yt)ung- 
est member of this organization, her three former rep- 
resentatives have acquitted themselves most creditaljly, 
and it is predicted that Mr. Stevenson will sustain, if 
not improve upon, the record already set. 

The situation, in general, is extremely encourag- 
ing. Never before have so many students been regis- T ^- Stevenson 
tered in the courses in Public Speaking, while the interest in debating and oratory 
manifested by the literary societies is strong and active. 




'Dr. Jones's lectures are so soothing, don't you knoiv" — Mary Barry 

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ILLINOIS-WISCONSIN DEBATE 

CENTRAL DEBATING CIRCUIT OF AMERICA 
Auditorium, Urbana, December 8, 191 1 



QUESTION 

Resolved: That the I'ederal Government shniikl adopt a policy of shipping subsidies 



Affirmative (Illinois) 

C. M. HOBART 

W. J. Prince 
F. B. Leonard 



Negative (Wisconsin) 
A. C. Reis 
S. H. Slichter 
II. V. Meissner 




JUDGES 

Justice H. E. Deemer Red Oak, Iowa 

Professor B. F. Shambaugh .... Iowa City, Iowa 
Hon. J. J. McConnell Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

DECISION 
Two TO One for Illinois 



Far from gay cities and the ways of men — Urbana 

[217] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



IOWA-ILLINOIS DEBATE 

CENTRAL DEBATIXG CIRCUIT OF AMERICA 
Iowa Citv, December 8, iqii 



QUESTION 
Resolved: That the Federal Government should adopt a policy of shipping subsidies 



Affirmative (Iowa) 

J. E. ASHTON 

R. L. Masson 
O. K. Patton 



Negative (Illinois) 

R. G. Real 
L. E. Frailey 

A. V. ESSINGTON 




JUDGES 



Professor E. B. Conant 
Dean W. G. Hastings . 
Professor C. E. Persinger 



Lincoln, Nebraska 
Lincoln. Nebraska 
Lincoln, Nebraska 



DECISION 
Two TO One for Illinois 



'One of those fat, easy-going hunks of humanity" — "Chuck" Wabnock 

[218] 



THE NENJETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




INDIANA-ILLINOIS DEBATE 

THE STATE UNIVERSITY DEBATIXG LEAGUE 
Bloomingtox, Inuiaxa. March 8, IQ12 



QUESTION 

Resolved: That legislative initiative and referendum should be introduced by our state gov- 
ernments 



Affirmative (Indiana) 
johx sweexey 
Fraxk Davidson 
Ralph Rich man 



Negative (Illinois)' 
L. M. Fort 
C. M. Kennan 
T. V. Stevenson 




JUDGES 

Judge J. H. Bromwell Cincinnati 

Hon. H. F. Burket . . .... Findlay, Ohio 

Merrill Moores, Esq Indianapoli3 



DECISION 
Two TO One for Indiana 



Substance and Shadozv — Dick Garrity, <!> K 4', M.^ry Hewitt, X Q 

[219] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINOIS-OHIO STATE DEBATE 

THE STATE UNIVERSITY DEBATING LEAGUE 
Auditorium, Urbana, March 8, 1912 



QUESTION 
Resolved: That legislative initiative and referendum should be introduced by our state gov- 



ernments 

Affirmative (Illinois) 

C. W. Burton 
L. E. Frailey 
F. B. Leonard 



Negative (Ohio State) 

A. S. Burket 
E. A. Wefler 
E. W. Kelsey 




JUDGES 



C. W. Moores, Esq. 
Rev. A. B. Philputt 
C. R. Williams, Esq. 



DECISION 
Two to One for Ohio State 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



Minus quantity — The 2 K "stiddies' at the lutcr-sorority Formal 

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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




F I F T E E X T H AX N U A L 

INTERSCHOLASTIC ORATORICAL CONTEST 

THE AUDITORIUM 
Friday Eventxc, May Nineteenth, 1911 

EIGHT o'clock 

PRESIDING OFFICER 
Mr. E. M. Haij.iday 

SCHOOLS REPRKSENTED 



District Number One 
JoLiET New Trier 

District Number Two 
Freeport Moline 

District Number Three 
Kankakee Minonk 

District Number Four 
Jacksonville Quincy 

District Number Five 
East St. Louis Pinkneyville 



Piano playing does conic in Iiandy when you have nothing to say — Highball Wilson, A T fi 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE LAKE GENEVA STUDExNT CONFERENCE 



DURING the latter half of the month of June each year about 500 col- 
lege men from Indiana. Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri. Iowa, Minne- 
sota and Xorth Dakota meet for a Conference on the shores of Lake 
Geneva. No more beautiful spot could be found for an out-of-doors conference 
of this kind. 

The life in the tents, the opportunity for swimming, boating, fishing, tramp- 
ing and all forms of athletic sports, to which the afternoons are wholly given, 
make this an ideal outing. The conference is not an outing however except in 
so far as an outing will help a man to attain the objective. It is a council of 
war. where an earnest effort is made to help every man to be a trained leader 

among his fellow students, 
and no man will be happy at 
(jeneva who is not willing to 
play this game. The Confer- 
ence endeavors to help each 
delegate to be a leader, by 
lielping liim in his own per- 
sonal life to have a real grip 
on fundamentals ; answering 
many perplexing questions ; 
giving him a glimpse of what 
other college men are doing; 
showing him something of the needs of the world and the conquests of the 
Christian religion ; offering him an opportunity to acquire the personal friend- 
ship of great, living personalities ; granting him a vision of what he might do 
and be in the world ; and giving his a closer touch with the personality that gives 
power to attain. That the Con- 
ference has done this for the de- 
legates in years j^ast is the tes- 
timony of thousands now occu- 
pying places of trust and respon- 
sibility. 

The University Association 
is well represented each year. 
The 191 1 delegation numbered 
30 men. The conference is open 
to all men of the University. 





"Tom Dunn is ahnost done, the son of a gun 
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MASK AXD BAUBLE PRESKXTS 

The Lion Rampant 

Bv H. W. Weis a.mj Dkltun T. Howard 
AT ILLIXOIS THEATRE, XOVEMBER 24 AXD 25 

Cast of Characters 

Ted Kingsley II. W. Weis 

Pudge L. A. Ryron 

Dan Donald rv. Groves 

Alice Bailey Ruth Davison 

Frank Railey (Rrother of Alice) C. Kirke White 

Rachel Templeton Miriam Knowlton 

Mrs. Mandel Eva Mitchel 

Withersby Calvin White 

Miss Daton Emma Pl'RSLEY 

Maude Richards Edith Raymond 

Briscoe H. S. Smith 

Stafford James E. Byrnes 

Dana Manuel Elmer 

Jack Smith Chancey Finfrock 

Frank Goodwin J. W. Greene 

Thompson W. H. Jacobsen 

Thomas Harper F. Zoller 

The School for Scandal 

A COMEDY 1 X FIVE ACTS 
By Richard Brinsley Sheridan 

Presented by the Adclphic and Illiola Literary Societies 

Morrow Hall, University of Illinois 

Thursday and Friday Evenings, March 28 and 29, 1912, Eight o'clock 

direction MR. E. M. HALLIDAY 

The Persons of the Play in the Order of their Appearance 

Lady Sneerwell Miriam Knowlton 

Mr. Snake R. H. Albin 

Servant to Lady Sneerwell W. R. Reitz 

Joseph Surface C. K. White 

Maria Katharine Chase 

Mrs. Candour Laura Whitmire 

Crabtree A. V. Essington 

Sir Benjamin Backbite L. A. Snyder 

Lady Teazle Clara Brooks 

Sir Peter Teazle E. Roberts 

Rowley C. K. Rang 

Servant to Sir Peter R. L. Rush 

Sir Oliver Surface Carl Colvin 

Moses A. R. Brandner 

Trip J. H. Brown 

Charles Surface R. B. Hinmav 

Careless A. R. Rohlfinc 

Sir Harry Bumper T. A. Hunter 

William H. R. Burruss 

The bull in the china shop — "Buck"' Sweet, Ben 

[223] 



CAST OF "THE LIOX RA^IPAXT' 




SCENES FROM "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" 




/ hear a hollow sound, who rapped viy skull f — F. D. Smith, B II 

[224] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



JUNIOR PROM 

FORMAL 

December Eighth, Nineteen Hundred Eleven 

ARMORY 

Benson's Orchestra 




O'Connor Naprstek Pogue Fisher Ward Harwood Kelly 

Fritchey Allison Rollo Taylor Savage Giroux 

Reimert Cartwright Mokfett Light Ellis Gregg 



THE COMMITTEE 



C. R. Light 

J. K. MOFFETT 



Class President 
Chairman 



R. L. Kelley 
R. R. Reimert 
R. S. Greog 
M. P. Taylor 
V. H. Cartwright 
A. D. Savage 
P. H. Ward 
H. H. Harwood 



T. W. Ellis 



C. A. O'Connor 
S. L. Pogue 

B. S. Fisher 
T. A. Fritchey 

R. P. RoLLO 

C. W. Allison 
F. J. Naprstek 
E. A. Giroux 



"What is the difference between a girl and a clock?" 

"Time goes slow zvhen you hold the clock's hands, while time goes very fast when you hold 
a — a — say, what time is it:'" — Harry Crowder 

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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




MILITARY BALL 

FORMAL 

February Twenty-Third, Nineteen Hundred Twelve 

ARMORY 
Illini Orchestra 




Barc.h Koi'K Porterfiei.d Proutv 

HosKiNs PnEi.i's Gonsior Blum Triggs Anderson 

Vandercook Berry Park Clafi.in Kibbe Miner 

Vandeveer Valentine Kircher Major MoRSE(Chairman) Hoeppner Nichols Little 



THE COMMITTEE 



Major B. C. Morse 
Colonel P. Kircher 
Captain E. G. Hoeppner 

G. H. Bargh 
F. A. KoPF 
E. A. DoisEY 

W. HOSKINS 

L. A. Kibbe 
A. L. Little 

E. P. POUTY 

L. W. Miner 
M. G. Benjamin 



A. Gonsior 



Lieut. R. U. Nichols 
Lieut. H. D. Valentine 
Sergeant ALajor E. H. Berry 

J. W. Park 
W. B. Porterfield 
L. A. Triggs 
J. C. Phelps 
W. L. Blum 
S. T. Claflin 
H. P. Vandercook 
C. S. Anderson 
H. E. Vandeveer 



A case ivhcn Green has a very blue effect. A Flunk in History 3 

[227] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



SENIOR BALL 

FORMAL 

June Tenth, Nineteen Hundred Twef.ve 

ARMORY 

Illini Orchkstra 





I 






Hi 1 i ^A 


Lltl t 






^^HHKi' £3^wsk 'WV' "^^B^^^ ^^H 


•aflj^^^^B^vi^^ ' -V ''^^1^^ 


^^^■k- r 'SM 4~ ■I'iUMB it i" 6iM ari • ^^^^B^wi 


f^HnVriii 



Nau Hedman 

Weil Bradi.ky McKee Lamb Apgar 

Kendall Warner Bartells Hall Dechman Simons 

Wilson Foster Fritchey Elliott McGrath 



THE COMMITTEE 



C. H. Wham . 
P. R. Fritchey 



A. L. Hall 
C. J. Elliott 
L. G. Williams 
C. A. Lamb 
A. Dechman 
F. X. McGrath 
L. M. Apgar 
H. R. Hedman 
R. H. Nau 



Class President 
Chairman 



K. P. Bradley 
M. E. Weil 
H. E. Foster' 
P. H. McKee 
H. H. Bartells 
C. H. Warnock 
C. L. Simons 
A. F. Kendall 
H. S. Wilson 



Old Rose and Corduroy — Bull Roberts, A K E 
[228] 



THE NINETEENTHIRTEENULLI 




SOPHOMORE COTILLION 

February Second, Nineteen Hundred Twelve 

ARMORY 

Ii-LiNi Orchestra 




Mathews Hudelson I'arkek Daugherty Healy 

Keig Fielder Gonsior Healy 

Belnap McCoy Chase Miers Vandercook 



THE COMMITTEE 

Dean Chase Class President 

B. H. Bloebaum Chairman 



John J. McCoy 
NuEL D. Belnap 
Albert Gonsior 
Hale P. Daugherty 
William F. Fielder 
H. J. Schwabacher 
Henry B. Parker 



Clyde W. Hudelson 
How.^RD A. Mathews 
W. Carleton Healy 
Frank M. Keig 
Fred A. Healy 
John O. Ade 
Henry P. Vandercook 



Roy B. Miers 



'Oh yes we came back all right" — Jessie McRobie and Fogelsong 

[229] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



AGRICULTURAL DANCE 

November Seventeenth, Nineteen Hundred Eleven 

ARMORY 
Turner's Orchestra 




Wei.i.s Chkckley 

Andrews IS'kvvlin Wooi.man Johns Simons 

Cl.ARK Rl'SHEr (Chairman) Elliott (President) Sweitzer 



THE COMMITTEE 



C. J. Elliott 
F. E. Rusher 



Class President 
Chairman 



J. B. Checkley 
H. F. Kemman 
W. L. Clark 
W. E. Johns 

C. E. WOOLMAN 



C. I. Newlin 
A. A. Andrews 
C. L. Simons 
R. R. W'ki.ls 
F. E. Sweitzkk 



Incessant scribbling is death to Scribblers' Club 

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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 



LAW DANCE 



March Twentv-Xixth, Xinf.tekn Hundred Twelve 

ARMORY 

Turner's Orchestra 




Crowder Morris Levis Kessi.kr Gregg 

Seiberns Hall Monroe Keithlev Kendall 



R. Monroe 



R. G. Real 
G. E. Keithley 
A. L. Hall 
A. F. Kendall 
L. C. Seiberns 



THE COMMITTEE 



Chairman 



B. H. Crowder 
W. E. Levis 
A. H. Morris 
D. R. Gregg 
R. B. Kessler 



Heard from a group of ladies at the laying of the corner stone of the McKinley Memorial 
church, and pointing across the street, "And is that the Y. M. C. A.?" 

\ 231 ] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



CHEM DANCE 

April Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred Twelve 

ARMORY 

Park's Orchestra 




Gates Leo Spaui.ding Kraeger 

Valentine Mojjonier Weis Mohlman 

Day Dechman Quinn Kohout Griftner 



THE COMMITTEE 



R. J. Quinn 
Arthur Dechman 

P. W. Day 
R. P. Gates 
E. A. Glenz 
J. F. Griftner 
J. F. Kohout 
H. W. Weis 



President 
Chairman 



H. T. Leo 
F. W. Mohlman 
C. H. Spaulding 
H. D. Valentine 
J. F. Kraeger 



Pl'ise from the top of his head up — Bill Munseli., ATA 

[ 232 ] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ENGINEERING DANCE 

April Nineteenth, Nineteen Hundred Twelve 

ARMORY 

Parry's Orchestra 




Mathews Davis Corbey 

Reeves Smith 

Martin McDermet Apgar 



THE COMMITTEE 
L. E. McDermet President 



L. M. Mathews 
L. G. Smith 
L. M. Apgar 



H. T. Reeves 



L. J. Corbey 
S. J. Martin 
J. W. Davis 



One of Nature's strange blunders — Dutch Weis Ben 

[233] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ORANGE AXD BLUE DANXIXG CLUB 




ROTTGER 
HiNRICHSEN INCJERSOLL 

Checki.ky Girton Gregg 

RAMEY KeITHI.EY HiNCHl.IEK W.M.DUCK 



'Oh yus. hadn't you noticed the Julia Marlow effect of my chin? I'm quite tlie beauty of 
the English Department — dont-cher-know'.'" — Saue Habrarcek 

[ -'34 J 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




ORANGE AND BLUE DANCING CLUB 



MI'.MBfiRS 



GeORCK E. HiNCHLlIF 

Giles E. Kf.ithley 
George E. Ramey 
Harold B. Ingersoll 
Fred A. Hinrichsen 



Charles L. Walduck 
Delbert G. Girton 
Richard S. Gregg 
russel c. rottger 
Joseph H. Checkley 



Charlie Roberts, chairman of the Senior Memorial Committee, to an Illio reporter— "Mow be 
sure to put the name, 'A Rose Among Thorns' under the Senior Memorial group picture" 

[235] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



VARSITY DANCING CLUB 




Remmei, Glair Matheny 

Acer Rich Hedman Lewis 



The lost word in infant precocity — Julep Goebel 

[236] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLM 



VARSITY DANCING CLUB 

MEMBERS 

Ernest A. Rich President 

Ralph R. Lewis Secretary-Treasurer 

Herbert R. Hedman John R. Merriman 

Harry F. Glair Herbert A. Acer 

Herbert F. Kemman Willard R. Matheny 

Paul Remmel 



Oh yes — hadn't I told you I was May Queen last spring f — Dory Osborne, A T 

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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



COLLEGE DANCING CLUB 




CiARK Ward Ermeling 

Fi.Aii.EY Kaum Kf.ndai.i. McLarty 



"Well. I and three others girls" — Si Frailey 
[238] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




COLLEGE DANCLNG CLUB 



MEMBERS 



Arthur E. Baum 
hubba[<i) e. dooley 
Abner F. Kendall 
Philip H. Ward 



David R. Clarke 
Ray C. McLarty 
Lester E. Frailey 
Lewis B. Ermeling 



"Tills unspphisticated kid — this child prematurely thrust into long pants" — "Arkle" Fritchey 

[239] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



CRYSTAL DANCING CLUB 




Grkgorv Taylor Johns 

Vkar Hoei'pnkr Pottf.r Turner 



'Gambol of the Lambs" — Four Lamb sisters at 409 Daniel 

[240] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




CRYSTAL DANCING CLUB 



MEMBERS 



Ellis J. Potter 
Marcus Prevost Taylor 
Edmund Gottlieb Hoeppner 



Wilford EspiiV Johns 
Charles Edwin Vear 
Lewis Throckmorton Gregory 



Walter Van Turn^ui 



'Here's one I read in the Ladies Home Journal" — Pug Parker, 9 A X 

[241 ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ONYX DANCING CLUB 




Vandeveer 




Campbell 






Maver 


CONNARD 


Arnold 


DeMott 




Bebb 


Kei.ley 



Julia Harper, "Is my hat on straight?" Dutch Weis, "No, one eye shows" 

[242] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ONYX DANCING CLUB 



MEMBERS 



Kennkth Bkbb 
Irvinc p. DeMott 
David B. Maver 
Arthur F. Connard 



1 I A 1< R I K E. Va N DEVEER 

W'jLLiAM P. Arnold 
Ralph L. Kkllkv 
Akthvr H. Campbell 



The Short and Long of it — "Shorty"' Waters 
[243] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



GRIDIRON DAXCIXG CLUB 




Fritchey Rathhun Kkmtk 

Savaok Mann Littlk Mitchell 

Fisher Kimhkii, TRoai' 



You can build a bridge from bluff, but you can not bluff the bridge— Al Little, 2 X 

[244] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




GRIDIRON DANCING CLUB 

MEMBERS 

Theodork a. Fritchey Arthur S. Mann 

AcoRS E. Rath BUN Joe O. Mitchell 

Arthir D. Savage Alfred L. Little 

George A. Kempf Benjamin S. Fisher 

Harold J. Troup 



/4 (hatiering cherub — Louis Gregory 
[245] 



THE IRISH UAXOUET 




THE MILITARY BALL 




Frances Keene — "Now that Catherine Saxton lias gon-c, I have no one to hold me back" 

[246] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



WOMEN'S LEAGUE 

OFFICERS 

Mary Bakkv President 

Agnes Porter Vice-President 

Gertrude Fleming Secretary 

Gertrude Elliott Treasurer 




Thayer Voight Eckhart 

Fleming Porter Barry Elliott 



[248] 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

Margaret Dupuy .... President 

Elizabeth McGill Vice-President 

Myra Eberhakt Recording Secretary 

Besse Hersman Corresponding Secretary 

Bessie Packard Treasurer 

Elizabeth B. Curry General Secretary 

ADVISORY BOARD 



Martha Kyle, Chairman 
Mrs. E. M. K.novvlto.n 
Mrs. H. H. Stoek 
Isabel Bevier 
Isabel Jones 



Mrs. R. R. Mattis 
Mrs. Mary E. Fawcett 
Mrs. T. J. BuRRiLL 
Elizabeth Curry 
Bessie Packard 



Margaret Dupuy 



FIR.ST CABINET 




McClintock Mather Biester Robinson Baker Bicknell 

Hersman Eberhari' Seyster Kedhed Noon Knight 

Barry Mitchell Packard Curry Dupuy Fisher Van Cleve 

SKroxn CAP, IX FT 




Garrett Groves Morning Olson 

Acer Sendenburg Moss Savage Bane 

Harrison McIntyre McGill Bullard Hampton Rutherford 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

Marion Landke . . President 

Helen Mitchell Vice-President 

Norma Cooley Secretary 

Tda M. Shotwell Treasurer 




Whitmire Gere Baines IIarter Lrni.E 

Keller Moore Andrews MoultonIDikector) Davison Heruman Williams 
Brooks Gaut Hartsock Murphy Wright Cooley Shotwell Covey 

Leonard Kirk E.Mitchell LANUEE(Pres.) Kirkwood Peck Hash Adriance 



Abraham Lincoln was a giant and Taft is fat — Maybe there is yet hope for Shorty Webb 

[250] 



THR NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 








^  *> -^ ■■-" . -J W^-fcL-ai^ake- W-, .!«,.- ^-:. „. i— t 



[ 251] 



SENIOR GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAAI 




KiKKWuoi) Vaitkin Adriance Hash 

KiKK Leonard Peck Mitchell 



JUNIOR GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM 




Griffith Mitrihv IIartsock Haikd Keller Pack 

Garret Attebery Fruin Moore Andrews Davidson 



Friend — "Did any of your fellozvs go to the dance last night?" 
A T il — "Yes, three of our felloivs and Block from Wisconsin." 

[252] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 



SOPHOMORE GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM 




WoMACHs Little Starr 

Davenport Mitchell Latzer Rothgeb 

Burgess Coffey Christopher Spear Shotweli. 



FRESH^LA.N GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM 




Bowers Towson Green Barruw Vounge Gilbert 

Wolfe Rives Butzer Mohr Robbins Gates Myers 

Lyons Turner Boyd Jackson Supple Sampson Ducommen 



Jesso! jesso hretheni!! the more expensive a feller's girl gets, the more pensive the feller 
gets — Harwood, Ben 

[253] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 








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Read the Rousts through the Advertising Section 
[254] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRJEEN ILL! 




THE 191 1 MAYPOLE DANCE 

^#p HE sun setting in a glorious western sky, hushed bleach- 
ers and the distant chant of the senior girls as they 
came from serenading tlic president to bid a last fare- 
well <in Illinois Field — thus began the thirteenth an- 
nual Maypole. 

As the sweet, sad notes of the farewell died away 
the seniors disjiersed and the pageant entered. Gay, 
fairylike maidens danced attendance to the queen, 
Doris Osborne, and after an elaborate march of many 
figures and poses she was crowned by her maid of 
honor. Amy Overland- The two then lead a dainty 
May (Jueen Revel followed by the others. 
The Illinois Waltz was a feature of the occasion, all the girls being cos- 
tumed in orange and blue pennants. After this came the Shepherdess girls. 

The (Irand Maypole was more beautiful than ever before. The girls w^ere 
draped with garlands of llowers and wove the Serpentine waltz. The dance of 
the Chimney Sweeps was taken from the old May-Day custom and was almost 
weird in its effect. Among the six nation dances the English Morris Sword 
dance was new to Illinois. 'I'lie May-Day frolic ended with an ensemble — a beau- 
tiful old English Maypole dance. 

Perhaps no other feature of school activities at Illinois appeals to visitors 
and the student body as does this long established May-Day custom. The suc- 
cess with which it has been carried out is due in no small measure to the untir- 
ing efforts of the faculty members of the physical training department ; and 
the interest of the gymnasium classes in making this an artistic performance 
goes to prove that our women can su])port their own institutions in the university. 





Patronize our advertisers but take a care when you read the undertaker's ad. Don't order 
your bier as yet 

[255] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




'IVhat was your grade in T. &■ A. M., Smikc?'' Sviikc, "Naught point naught, naught, naught" 

[256] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 



THE GIRLS' ANNUAL STUNT SHOW 

AT the close of last year's ^laypole came the CJirls' Stunt Show. All the 
features of the program were bright and clever, reflecting credit upon 
the various organizations. The best of the stunts was that put on by 
tile Alethenai. It was called "Tlie Jllini. a Moralit\- I 'lay." and had 
two acts, the first during the reign of "Student (iraft" and the second during 
the reign of "Faculty Saints." This pantomime was very clever and merited the 
silver loving cup. Of the other stunts, that put on by the Thetas was especially 
pretty. Their big black cats with their blinking eyes were as novel as their song 
was delightful. The Gypsy and Mystic dances executed by the Chi Omegas and 
the Alpha Omicron Pis were both fascinating and graceful- The i'i Phi Min- 
strels were laughable and their end men were vigorously applauded. The take 
off on the College Serenade which the Delta (iammas gave was amusing and the 
yells were (juite realistic. The Kappas gave a very pretty Chinese scene with 
an original and appropriate song. The "Tug of War" which the Alpha Xi 
Deltas literally "pulled off" was certainly funny and the water in the "tub lake" 
was real. The visit of the Legislature twenty years hence, was especially clever 
and well given. In this act the .\theneans showed us that the Legislators would 
be w(Mnen and in spite of their exalted state they were still feminine enough to 
be scared out of their wits b} a tin}- mouse. The .A.li)ha .\lphas (Alpha Delta 
Phi) Spectre was both mystic and realistic. The Illiola quartet gave a humorous 
little skit called "The Professor at Home," that was well sung and acted. The 
Military Band of the Woman's League made a very attractive opening number. 
The block I formation and the gesticulations of the leader were particularly 
good. The girls from the Association House closed the program with a lively 
and much appreciated pantomime, entitled "An Elopement under Difficulties." 
The pantomime was very amusing and the living furniture was as funny as one 
could wish. 




Too much for the Alpha Taus—The Phi Gams on one side— a church on the other and a 
saloon across the street 

[257] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ALETHENAI LITERARY SOCIETY 




Pierce Perry Pike Mather Carter Cotlky Dutuy Boyd Bacon 

Knight Garrett Davison Robbins McGaw Hersman Moss Needham 
Ross Brooks Straglte Wills Consoer Sendenburgh Miller Grifeith Braderick 
Lewis Kirkwood Thayer Barry Robinson M. Dupuy Hekdman Talbot 



Let George do it — Peg Dodds 
[258] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




ALETHENAI LITERARY SOCIETY 

Founded at University of Illinois. 1871 



Active Socikties, 2 



Colors — Yellow and ll'hite 



OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Alice Thayer President Grace Robinson 

Grace Robinson Vice-President Mildred Talbot 

Besse Hers man Recording Secretary Agatha McGaw 

Edith Sendenburgh Treasurer Lucy Braderick 

Carrie Herdman Historian Fay Miller 

Katherine Lewis Corresponding Secretary Elizabeth Brooks 

. . Sergeant-at-Arms Alice Thayer 



MEMBERS I.\ THE FACULTY 



Martha J. Kyle 
Jessie Baldwin 



Sada Annis Harbarger 
Alt a Gwinn 



MEMBERS I\ THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 

Elizabeth Bryan Mabel Knight 

Margaret T Iekuman 



Mary Bakky 
Besse Hersman 
Grace Robinson 
Katherine Lewis 
Frances Kirkwood 



Seniors 



Louise Goebel 
Alice Thayer 
Mildred Talbot 
Ida Dewey 
Margaret Dupuy 



Fay Miller 
Cornelia Mather 
Edith Sendenburgh 
Lucy Braderick 



Juniors 



Grace Bacon 
Louise Garrett 
Meta Consoer 
Ruth Davison 



Mildred Griffith 
Mary Wills 
Carrie Herdman 
Agatha McGaw 



Sophomores 



Lois Ross 



Elizabeth Sprague 
Elizabeth Brooks 
Alice Moss 
Audrey Pierce 



Lucille Needham 
Beatrice Copley 
Ruth Robbins 
Edith Boyd 



Freshmen 



Genevieve Dupuy 



Alice Carter 
Verne Perry 
Bessie Pike 
Jessie Pierce 



On Saturday night shall be all my care, to powder my nose and curl my hair 

Bobby Wright, X il 



[259] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLIOLA LITERARY SOCIETY 



w 


.iiHJillMHSl 




r w 'wPi^jJ 



Fki.mi.kv Hunt Chask Whitmirk Knowlton Pope Voight Kki.i.oci; I)knnv 
Roberts Acer Booker Porter Mourning Williamson Elliott Halliday Brooks Salisbury 
McClurg G.Fi.eming Hoskins Gay Geor(;ia Fi.kminc; Armstrong Case Mitchell Hunt 



YoniKj man to Delta Gamma, "Have you a chaperoned' She, "Oh yes. but she only sleeps 
here" 

[260] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




ILLIOLA LITERARY SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 

Geokcua Fleming President 

Eva Mitchell Vice-President 

Amelia Gay Recording Secretary 

MiLPREi) Felmley Corresponding Secretary 

Ada Htnt Treasurer 

Gertrude Fleming Critic 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Irma \'oight 



Graduates 



RlTII P.rRNS 



Amelia Gay 
Edna Hoskins 
Clara Brooks 
Nelle McClurg 
Louise Armstrong 
Georgia Fleming 



Seniors 



Ada Hunt 
Flora Case 
Eva Mitchell 
Nelle Mourning 
Anna Robinson 
Gkktruhk Fleming 



Lena Myers 
Jean Booker 
Nellie Roberts 
Gertrude Elliott 
Mildred Felmley 



Juniors 



Agnes Porter 
Helen Clarke 
Maude Denny 
Ethel Salisbury 
Belle Williamson 



Katherine Acer 
Laura W'hitmire 
Miriam Knowlton 



Sophomores 



Frankie Holton 



Elizabeth Knowlton 
Katherine Chase 
Ruth Halliday 



Amelia Kellogg 



Freshmen 

Florence Hunt 

Special — Fannie Brooks 



Grace Pope 



He {to the Chi Omega during i)itcnnission) : "I understand that the sororities are even 

'ducking' their Freshmen' 
Chi Omega: "Why not a single girl at the Chi Omega House has had a batli this year" 

[261] 




VNIVER^SITY OF ILLINOIS 



ATHENEAN LITERARY SOCIETY. 




Match Ransom Dexter Eade Trost Messner 

Allen Mench McHarry Benson Miche Theilen Andrews 

Hami'Ton VanCleve Renz Rust Seyster Rietz Savage 

L.Bane Miller G.Bane Vautrin Olson Strauch Groves 



Oil' I'd just curl up and die if there zviU an\lhing in that azi'ful Illio about mc. 

Otela Knox, A X n. 

[262] 



ATHENEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Colors — Green and Gold 



OFFICERS 



LiTA Bane . 
Florence Olson . 
Llla Dexter . 
Gladys Eade . 
Evangeline Groves 
Minnie Vautrin . 
Florence Baxter . 



President 

J 'ice-President 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Critic 



HONORARY MEMBER 
Mrs. E. C. Baldwin 



MEMBERS I\ THE FACULTY 
LoRA Atkins Henion Ruth Kelso 



Jesse McHarry 



Lillian Van Cleve 
Bertha Stral'ch 
Minnie Vautrin 
Mildred Seyster 
Grace Rust 
Nelle Rietz 



Graduates 



Seniors 



Florence Baxter 



Myrtle Renz 
Florence Olson 
Mabel Miller 
Amy Hampton 
Evangeline Groves 
Geneva Bane 



Lita Bane 



Katherine Theilen 
Peach Andrews 
Irene Miche 
Ethel Ransom 
Ruby Allen 



Alice Hatch 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



LuLA Dexter 
Gladys Eade 
Bertha Bomdette 
Pearl Messner 
Lillian Savage 



Lois Benson 



Frances Trost 



Eleanor Mench 
Frances Boyd 
Nellie Bartels 
Anna Hoffert 
Lela Osborn 



Pledges 



Margaret Lackland 
Frances M. Ruteuber 
Nina Ducommun 
Helen Webber 
Alta Green 



Helen Madden 



In fall rushing— Ques. "Will you join the Hospital Association?' 
Ans. "I'm sorry, but I can't: I'm pledged Sigma Kappa" 

[263] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE CLUB 













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Baird Hatch McClintock Brooks Mather Clarke Sawyer York Fahrnkopf 
Wallace Hartsuck Williams Jensen Rothc.eb Latzer Si'rague Bicknei.l 
Lantz E.Hoskins G.Bane C.Hoskins Havper Hunt Grabbe McClurg Needham 
Si'ranch Bkbb Fleming Eckhakdt J. Bane Blair Miner Biester 



No, I haven't spent enough money to make the A X -formal this year — Hod Green, 2 A E 

[264] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE CLUB 



First Semester 
Georgia Fleming 
Mabel Bebb . . 
Helen Bicknell . 
Margaret Sawyer 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

President Clara Eckhardt 

Vice-President Juliet Bane 

Secretary Ethel Baird 

Treasurer Lillian King 



MEMBERS 



Ethel Baird 
May ME Baldwin 
Geneva Bane 
JiLiET Bane 
Mabel Bebb 
Helen Bicknell 
Alice Brester 
Eva Blair 
1'annie Brooks 
Ethel Clark 
Isabel Clegg 
Clara Eckhardt 
Gertrude Elliot 
Emma Fahrnkopf 
Carrie Hoskins 
Edna Hoskins 
Ada Hunt 
Louise Jenner 
Katherine Jensen 
Lillian King 
Etta Lantz 
Irma Latzer 
Pearl Manley 



Cornelia Mather 
Pearl Messner 

^L'\RGARET McClINTOCK 

Xelle McClurg 
AL\RY Miner 
Georgia Fleming 
Grace Glasgow 
Gertrude York 
Ruth Glasgow 
Florence Grabbe 
Josephine Happer 
Xelle Hartsock 
Alice Hatch 
Carrie Xeedham 
Annabel Robinson 
Jessie Rothgeb 
Margaret Sawyer 
Kathrine Saxton 
Elizabeth Sprague 
Bertha Stranch 
^L^BEL Wallace 
Anna Williams 
Bern ICE Wilson 



'Have you heard about the new harmony at the Zeta Psi Housed' "Xo, harmony of ivhat?" 
"Why harmony of colors! Haven't you ever seen Bamet's combination of red tie, green 
vest, gray coat, and tan hose?" 

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Now here sits dainty Betty 

With her bids around her spread, 

But which one to be chosen 
Is puzzHng her pretty head. 

Oh shall it be the Kappas? 

Or the Thetas, or which of all? 
Dear Betty is sorely troubled 

For she likes them one and all. 



Far o'er the rolling swells of wood and field, 

There where the sun-drenched showers of April play, 

Spring, with throbbing prophecies of May, 

Smiles through her tears and beckons me to yield. 

Friend of my youth, thy lips are cold and sealed ; 

Green is the mantle o'er thy grave today. 

Blindly I grope along my weary way, 

And ask the age-old question unrevealed. 

Councils of men and bards are no a\ail ; 

I find no comfort for my loss and pain. 

Save where the sunlight shimmers soft and pale. 

Where Springtime beckons once again. 

There in the purple cop of Crocus frail, 

I read God's answer in a cup of rain- 



Calvin White, '13. 



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SECTION THREE 

ORGANIZATIONS 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



Orgamced igii 



OFFICERS 

Charles Wham President 

Chester C. Roberts Vice-President 

Lonsdale Green, Jr. . Treasurer 

Eugene P. Bradley Sccretar-M 



SENIOR AND JUNIOR DELEGATES 



Delta Tail Delta 

George E. Ramey, '12 
Harold S. Pfeffer, '13 

Sigma Chi 

Charles W ham, '12 
William E. Levis, '13 

Kappa Sigma 

Chester O. Fischer, '12 
Theodore A. Fritchey, '13 

/'/(( Kappa Sig)na 

Loiis M. Russell, '12 
George E. Woods, '13 

Phi Delta Theta 

Lonsdale Green, Jr., '12 
Cassius B. Conrad, '13 

Alpha Tail Omega 

Horace S. Wilson, '12 
Joseph O. Mitchell, '13 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Ralph P. Gates, '12 
Richard S. Gregg, '13 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Eugene P. Bradley, '12 
Curtis L Light, '13 

Psi Upsilon 

Francis X. McGrath, '12 
Joseph H. Checkley, '13 



Beta Theta Pi 

Giles E. Keithley, ' 
Hauk^' H. Hakwood. 



,2 

■13 



'12 
'13 



Sigma Nu 

Carl O. Malmhurg, '12 
Harold B. Lanum, '13 

Phi Kappa Psi 

John P. Hanna, '12 
Henry C. Hay, '13 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Chester C. Roberts, 
Hubbard E. Dooley, 

Delta Upsilon 

Delbert G. Girton, '12 
John R. Case, '13 

Theta Delta Chi 

Charles L. Simons, 
Ira a. Di.xon, '13 

Zeta Psi 

William H. Hull, 
John L. Alden, '13 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Charles H. Warnock, '12 
Mancel Talcott, '13 



'12 



'12 



"Tilly" Johnston to Nell Lindsay, at Sophomore Cotillion — "What did you do with the meat 
in your sandivich when you got through chewing it?" 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Root Storms Wkkb Chlkchill Vuorhees Frazer 
AYi.wARD Hkaly Deerdorf Currier Smith Decker Her riot 
Westcott Pfeffer Bainum McWethy Frovd Grossman Chipi's Muncell Simms 
MoFFETT Johnson Wilson Ramey Kent Hall Purcell Berger 




[272] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILU 




DELTA TAU DELTA 

Founded at Betluniy College, 1859 
Active Chapters 57 Alumni Chapters 35 

BETA UPSILON 



Established 1873 



Colors — Purple, White and Gold 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Maximilian C. App 

\\'lLLIAM F. BURRES. M.D. 

Lester C. Gifford 

Everett Bruce McCormick 

Bertram C. Nelson 



Charles B. Taylor. D.D. 
Curtis T. Seymour 
JuD'iE C. C. Stanley 
Royal A. Stipes 
Louis M. ToBm 



Robert Young Williams 



FRATRES IX FACULTATE 

Eugene Davenport. LL.D. Ira Osborn Baker, D.Eng. 

Edgar Jerome Townsend, Ph.D. George Foss Schwartz. Mus.B. 

Phineas Lawrence Windsor, Ph.B. I-'rancis Seely Foote, Jr., E.M. 

Frank Smith, A.M. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Graduates 



Prentess M. Brown, A.B. 

Charles Alexander Purcell 
Frederick Edward Berger 
Albert Leander Hall 



Seniors 



Ben J. Wilson 



/ 



umors 



Clarence Farnsworth Churchill 
Andrew Eugene Grossman 
Harold Sylvester Pfeffer 
Daniel \'olentine McWethy 
Melvin Frankford Froyd 



Lawrence F. Foster, A.B. 

George Erwin Ramey 
William Riddell Kent 
John ^L\URICE Johnson 



Paul Lily Chipps 
George Worth Deardorf 
Glenn Cliffe Bainum 
Rayburn Stokes Webb 
Lewis Stanley Storms 



John Karl Moffett 



Fred Albert Healy 
William Percy Munsell 
Kimball Valentine Root 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Julian Eugene Smith 
Donald Eugene Currier 
Philip Frazier 



Virgil Wescott 

James Skinner Herriot 

Franklin Barnhart Burns 



William Henry' Simms, Jr. 
Daniel Webster Voorhees 
Harvey B. Decker 



Frank Richard Aylward 



J. Foster Morrell 
Frank Ramey 



Pledges 



Guy Johnson 



Harry Xelson 
Thomas Fiinegan 



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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Hough Odell Ade Gross Gill George 

Day Levis Ryther Poole McGuire Hahn Hunt 

Little Poston Searle Ennis Oswalt Wheeler Johnstone Foster 

Crittenberger Fisher Levis D. Herrick Foster W. Herrick Heath McCune 




[274] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLIQ 



SIGMA CHI 



Founded at Miami University, 1833 
Active Chapters 65 Alumni Chapters 45 



Established May 31, 1S81 



KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 



Colors — Blue and Gold 



FRATRRS IX VRBE 



Fk'kdkkick Danif.i. Rlt.g 
Charles Albert Kiler 
Robert Davison Burn ham 
George McKinley Mattis 
Francis Thomas Carson 
John Thomas Colvin 
Freiierick Way Woody 
William Ira Roysden 



Alfred Daneley 



Charles Blakeley Si'encer 
William Heine Sellards 
Joseph Cookman Nate 
Charles Morgan Coen 
Jay Corydon Taylor 
Lawrence Arthur Glenn 
John Armstrong Sellards 
Chester Richards 



F RAT RES IN FACULTATE 



David Hobart Carnahan. Pli.D. 
Charles Russ Richards. M.E. 



James Pyrnis Shaw, D.S. 
Carl Paxon Sherwin, B.S. 



F RAT RES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Herbert Edward I'oster 



G. Wirt Herrick 
Hugo Joseph Hahn 
Philmer Wymonp Day 
Henry White Ryther 
George Thallon Gill 
\\'ayne Dayre Herrick 



John Otis Ade 
Frank Forkner Searle 
George Dale Crittenberger 



Walter Rhodes Levis 
George Milan Hunt 
Leslie Godfrey George 
Arthur Allen Odell 
Charles Francis Hough, Jr. 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Charles Wham 



Nathaniel Pinchard Heath 
Joseph AIcCrary McCune 
William Edward Levis 
Andrew John Johnstone 
Benja.min Sidney Fisher 
Earnest Cleveland Poole 



Floyd Emerson Poston 
Alfred Leonard Little 
Callistus James Ennis 



Walter John McGuire 
Alfred Waldemar Gross 
Edward Burdell Foster 
Benjamin Alonzo Oswalt 
William Erastus Wheeler 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Dahringer Hornor Boone Hoffmann Cutshall McBirney Kessler Mackey Rowe 
Wagner Spalding Johnston Chase Bokern Steinmeyer Dick Tiedemann 
Pope Remmel T.Fritchey Jones McCoy LaRue Ramsey Brannon Sells 
WiLKiNs P.Fritchey Mohlmann Fischer Boza Loehr Johnson Harris 




2/6] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




KAPPA SIGMA 

Founded at University of Virginia, 1867 
Active Chapters 78 Alumni Chapters 54 

ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 

Established May 31, 1881 — Re-established October 75, 189: 
Colors — Scarlet, White, and Emerald 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Jay D. White 
Fay Morrissey 
Walter B. Riley 
Cass Clifford 
George C. Fairclo 
Newton M. Harris 
John H. Trevett 
William H. Monii.k 
Bert C. Spalding 



Seely C. Gulick 
Paul J. Danley 
Walter Stern 
Simon II. I'k i-: e m a n 
Geor<;e a. HiFF 
Dan Morrissey, Jr. 
Thomas E. Saunders 
J. Woodman Harris 
Albert Stern 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



George A. Huff 

John B. Hutchings, Jr.. C.E., B.S. 

Herbert Fisher Moore, 



Louis Brandt, B.S. 
Ernest Winfield Bailey, 
B.S., M.M.E. 



B.S. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Hector Julio Boza 
Theodore Edwin Loehr 



Chester Owen Fischer 
Paul Bucher Fritchey 



Floyd William Mohlman 
Juniors 

ROSCOE CONKLIN HARRIS GiLBERT DaVISON JoHNSON 

Raymond Harvey Wilkins Theodore Augustus Fritchey 

HoMKR W ALSTON DaHRINGER 



Sophomores 

Dean Chase 
Paul Remmel 
George Ingels Boone 
Rudolph Walter Cutshall 
Raymond Blaine Kessler 
Edwin Wylde Tiedemann 
Herbert Augustus Stein meyer 
Enos ^L^rion Rowe 



Freshmen 



Willis Elmer Dick 
James Lee Hornor 
Edward Frank Bokern 
Albert Martin Mackey 



Leroy Pape 
Paul Erastus Jones 
John James McCoy 
WiLHELM Moll Wagner 
Reyburn Paul Hoffman 
Herbert Franklin Brannon 
RussEL Albert Spalding 
Leonidas Willing Ra.msey 



Maurice La Rue 
Verne Irle Johnston 
Bruce Henry McBirney 
Simeon Wells Johnson Sells 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




H.J.Smith Goelitz Schwerdtfeger J.T.Barron Donnelle Maypole Barr 

Grietner Aschauer King Noth Belnav Warfield Price Deubler 

Simpson J.L.Barron White Woods Bernard C.W.Smith Rush Gregory Thayer 




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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 

Founded at University of Pennsylvania, iS^o 
Active Chapters 27 Alumni Chaptkrs 10 

RHO CHAPTER 



Established i8gi 



Colors — Black and Old Gold 



Georoe Gerald Goll 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Alvin Edward Huckins 
Fortune Stanley Boggs 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Arthur Robert Crathorne, Ph.D. Charles Fabens Kelly, A.B. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 
William Andrew Shirk Louis Melvin Russell 



Juniors 



Cleaver Thayer 
James Leslie Barron 
Leslie Cosyb Bernard 
James Gordon White 



Cecil Weldon Smith 
Francis Edward Rush 
James Howard Griftner 
George Edward Woods 



Lewis Throckmorton Gregory 



Jeff Johnson King 
Nuel Dens more Belknap 
Vernon Huff Wakfield 



John Taylor Barron 
James Lackner Barr 
John Butler AL^ypole 
William Henry Goelitz 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Edwin Francis Xoth 
Frank Henry Aschauer 
Lucien McCord Simpson 



Earl Franklin Price 
Homer J. Smith 
Allan Douglas Donnell 
Wilbur Ray Deubler 



William Kochnle Schwerdtfeger 



Pledge — John Burr Hickman 



[279I 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 




K.Spalding Moss Holkrook Speck Kimmel Reininga Amsbarv Bemtz 
Pope Lanier R.Green Broadbent Claycomb Parker Downing Schlotman 

Veager Alexander Cortis Kimbell Meek Kimball Gridley Knowlton 
Murphy Mohr Woolston DeLeuw Morris L.Green Davis Conrad Rathbun 




[280] 



PHI DELTA THETA 

Founded at Miami University, 1848 
Active Chapters 75 Colors— Argent and Azure 

ILLIXOIS ETA CHAPTKR 
Established February 19, iSgj 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Edwin Stanton Swiciart 
Claude Bryant Warner 
John Luther Polk, Jr. 



Charles Moffat Pearson 
Warren Russel Stephens 
Charles Bowen Busey 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Evarts Boutell Greene. Ph.D. 
Neil Conwell Brooks. Ph.D. 
William Chandler B.\gley. Ph.D. 
Richard Henry Jesse. Jr.. Ph.D. 
William Abbott Oldfather, Ph.D. 



Joel Stehhins, Ph.D. 
\\ ARKEN .Albert Ruth, A.M. 
Justa Morris Lindgren, A.M. 
Frank \Valbriik;e De Wolf, B.S. 
Harrison Edward Cunningham, A.B. 



George I'milic Little, Jr., B.S. 



FRATRES IN VNIlliRSITATE 
Seniors 



}1i;r.\ian Mohk 
Arthur Marvin Morris 
Charles Edmund De Leuw 



Lonsdale Green, Jr. 
Chester Watson Davis 
William TTknrv Woolston 



Frank Drover Murphy 



Juniors 



Cassius Baumster Conrad 
Charles Thaddeus Meek 
AcoRS Earl Rathbun 
Arthur Willis Ki.mbell 



Ralph Oscar Veager 
Jacob Weaver Parker 
Lawrence Arthur Pope 
Harlon Aydelott Amsbary 



Sophomores 



Russel D'Lyon Lahier 



Carl Rezner Gridlev 
Lorenzo Amos Kimball 
Frederick Boyden Cortis 
Philetus Clarke Knowlton 



Cyrus Q. Speck 
FoLWER ^L■\c Downing 
Robert Louis Schlotman 
James Greenleaf Ale.xander 



Freshmen 



Ralph Green 
Robert Allyn Moss 
Frank Allyn Benitz 
Edward Den man Claycomb 



Jacob Reininga 
^L'vurice Edward Kimmel 
Howard Cronse Holbrook 
Earl Robert Broadbent 



RoscoE Conkling Spalding 



[281] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Haynes Landon Maury Thumas Ruckki. French Henry 
VVyre Peepi.es Waddell Graham Ball McClurkin Staat Bloebaum 
Bradley Beall Lower Pocite Gibbs Wansbrough Bunting Allyn Hemphill 
Hunter Pfeiffer Simpson Bates Blaisdell Wilson Dunn Mitchell 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1863 
Active Chapters 62 Alumni Chapters 49 

ILLINOIS GAMMA ZETA 



Established, May. 1893 



Colors — Gold and Blue 



Clarence Johnson 
Eugene Burke 
AsHTON Campbell 
Albert Mulliken 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Louis Blume King 
Maurice Eisner 
Edwin Flanigan 
Elmer Block 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



William F. M. Goss, D.Eng. 
Nathan Austin Weston, Ph.D. 
David Ford McFarland, Ph.D. 



Fra.n'klin William Scott, A.M. 
Henry Lewis Rietz, Ph.D. 
Thomas Arkle Clark, A.B. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

Benjamin Salisbury Pfeiffer Russel Field Hunter 

Horace Smith Wilson Stacy Collins Bates 

Colin Campbell Simpson Thomas Dunn 

Edward Brow Blaisdell 



Juniors 



Joseph Orlando Mitchell 
Charles Fontaine Maury 



Stanley Landon Pogue 
Percy Chandler Henry 



Paul Hedges Gibbs 



DWIGHT EmWREST W^'RE 

John Garland Rucb l 
John Edgar Wansb; iugh 
Lyman Jesse Bunti.^g 
Warren Wright Graham 
Ralph Waldo French 



Sophomores 



William McCord Peeples 
John Percival Beall 
Paul Lower 
Albert Merrell Allyn 
Chester Hemphill 
Robert Ellsworth Thomas 



Benjamin Harrison Bloebaum 



Conrad Henry McClurkin 
James Edward Waddell 
Herbert Updile Landon 
Tobias Edward Bradley 



Freshmen 



Fielding Bond Sta.at 
George Waldo Ball 
Saunders Haynes 
George Washington Blake 



[283] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Pierce Randall- Brown Knappenberger Brown Wacner Rayburn 
Rice Nichols Pitts Welty Mounts Hltnc.ate Simpson 

Faurote Stebbins McMein Kirkwood Schwarzkopf Richey Schellabarger Gregg 

Burton Klotz Oliver Gates Abbott Hinchliff Randolph Greene 




[284] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRJEEN ILLI 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 

Founded at Jefferson College, 1848 
Active Chapters 59 



Established October 13. iSgj 



CHI IOTA CHAPTER 



Color — Purple 



FRATRES IX CRBE 



JoHx W. W'etmore 
William A. McKnk;ht 
James Charles Thorpe 



Lloyde C. Douglas 
William Gay Palmer 
Rev. Charles R. Adams 



FRATRES IN FACVLTATE 



David Kinlev. Ph.D. 
Arthur Hill Daniels. Ph.D. 
Charles Marshall Poor, Ph.D. 
George Frederick .\rps, Ph.D. 
George Alfred Goodexough, M.E. 



Fred B. Seeley, B.S. 
James McLaren White, B.S. 
Stephen Alfred Forbes, Ph.D. 
Robert Kent Steward, B.S. 
Lotus D. Coffman, Ph.D. 



FRATRES IK rXITERSITATE 

Griiduatcs 
Clarence Eugene Xoerenberg Walter Albert Buchen 



Ralph Pillsbury Gates 
Akthir William Abbott 
Oscar Ernest Bulkelev 



Clifford Allen Brown 
Charles William Burton 
Arthur Moulton Simpso.n 
Otto Coffeen Fitz Randolph 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Hugh Monroe Rice 
John Joseph Pitts 
Wallace Moorehead Welty 
Harold Granison Hungate 
David Stuart Shellabarger 
Edward Sutherland Brown 



Roger Kirkwood 
Thomas David Randall 
Guy Columbus Faurote 
William Warfield McMein 



Freshmen 



Harry John Klotz 
Chauncey Bristol Oliver 
George Edward Hinchliff 



Henry Clarence Eales 
Arthur Ritchie Greene 
James Lawrence Nichols 
Rich.\rd Seaton Gregg 



Frank Leon White 
Cedric Harlan Pierce 
Friedel Chappin Richey 
Seldon Lewis Stebbins 
Harry Farrak Kxappenberger 
Leland Albert McBroom 



Alexander Wagner 
Will Walter Mounts 
Allen B.\rnes Rayburn 
Horace Valentine Schwarzkopf 



[285] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Kelly Pekkv Mathews Rogers DeCosta Quirk Gregori 

Grady Ward R.Wernsing Buchanan Scheidecker G.Ross Cromwell Baldwin Davis 
Dunham Light R.Koss Gillan Slonneger Bullard O.Wernsing 

Sullivan Sladek Kailer E.P.Bradlev Tolman AJ.Bradlev Green Schmitz 




[286] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Founded at University of Alabama. 1836 
Active Chapters 75 Alumni Chapters 36 

ILLINOIS BETA CHAPTER 
Established, January 28, 1889 Colors— Purple and Gold 

FRATRES IN URBE 

Cyrus Forsyth Newcomb James Wesley Huss 

John Wilson Kirkpatrick Lowell Thaddeus Boyd 

George Sanford Perry 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Oscar Adolf Leutwiler, M.E. Charles Maxwell McConn, A.M. 

Walter Castella Coffey, M.S. .Archie Stanton Buyers, B.S. 

Edward Harris Decker 

FRATRES IN UN ll'ERSITATE 

Seniors 

Arthik I AMES Bradley Eugene Patrick Bradley 

Howard Ruggles Green Erwin Anthony Schmitz 

Frank Spencer Kailer Victor Robert Sladek 

Willis Daniel Slonneger Galen VanRensselaer Gloyd 

Charles Michael Sullivan Hugh Harrison Tolman 

Paul Harned Gillan 

Juniors 

Dick Oglesby Rogers Glenn W. Scheidecker 

Philip Henry Ward Roy Meneley Ross 

Glenn Thompson Ross Curtis Roy Light 

Edward Wesley Bullard 

Sophomores 

How.ARD Alexander Mathews Otto Bismark Wernsing 

Robert Ch.\rles Quirk Roger Lewis Stephens 

Raymond Starr Dunham Rudolph Bennington Wernsing 

Freshmen 

Richard Bell Buchanan William Frazier Baldwin 

Harold Fonseca DeCosta William Foree Cromwell 

Edward Morris Grady Thatcher Frank Davis 

Howard Walton Kelley Raymond John Gregori 

Pledge — Willia.m Joseph Xoonan 



[287] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




KunL Beckett Rich Daugherty Rogers Swett Plochma.n Kern 
Weis Byron Barlow Payne Houghton Crabb Gardiner NIchols 

Harwood Carson Olds Prince Harman Butler Murphy Cundiff 
Jones Walduck Haines Dewey Keithley Steinbreder Hand 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLICl 



BETA THETA PI 

Founded at Miami University. 183Q 
Active Chapters, 73 Alumni Chapters, 107 



Established February 75, 1902 



SIGMA RHO CHAPTER 



Colors — Pink and Blue 



FRATRES IS URBF 



a. p. gulick 
Albert Eisner, Jr. 
George R. Cogswell 
Hiram F. Post 
John B. Kaiser 
George H. Meyer 



Edward Eisner, Jr. 
James R. Scott, Jr. 
Robert Eisner 
.Arthlr R. Warnock 
William S. Bagley 
T HO. mas E. Savage 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

George Henry Meyer, A.M. Raymond Silli.man Bl.\tchley, A.B. 

George McPhail Smith, B.S.. Ph.D. Arthur Ray Warnock, A.B. 

Thomas Eugene Tho.mpson, B.S. William Shirley Bagley, A.B., Ph.D. 

John Boynton Kaiser, A.B. Herbert Houghton Lauer, Min.E, 

Thomas Edmund Savage, A.B., B.S., Ph.D. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Giles Enoch Keithley 
Thomas Lloyd Haines 



Lester Arthur Byron 
Paul Albert Handke 
Ch.'\rles Louis Walduck 
Ford Smoot Prince 
Herman William Weis 
Herrick Hopkins Harwood 



Eckles Palmer 
Joe Rand Beckett 
Warren Willis Crabb 
Frank Early Woods 
Joseph Ivan Murphy 



Harry Barrett Rogers 
Richard Fuller Payne 
Nelson Victor Houghton 
Ralph Linden B.arlow 
Grover Edwin Olds 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



William Hovey Dewey 
William John Steinbreeder 



Elwell Payson Swett 
Carl Morris Plochman 
Frank Donald Smith 
John Henry Kuhl 
Paul Valentine Strehlow 
Lowell Davidson Kern- 



Paul Cobb Rich 
Hale Plahn Doherty 
John Henry Delano 
Harris Jacob Harmon 
Frankli.n De Vaughn Cundiff 



John Low Gardiner 
Edwin James Clampitt 
George Howland Butler 
John Ryan Jones 
Walter Lester Nichols 



[289] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Sewall CowELh Shonts Pollock M. Booze Click Honer 
Hopkins Dieterich Crose Kasper Greene Beitner McIntyre Pickering 

Rice Miers Miller Kempf Cole IIaynes Rees Applegate 

Hedman Malnberg Millizen R. Booze Helt Burgess Savage Lanum 




[290] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




SIGMA NU 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 
Active Chapters, 66 Alumni Chapters, 44 



GAMMA MU CHAPTER 



Established May 2<). jgo2 



Colors — Black, White and Gold 



FRATRES IS IRBE 



RoLLiN Chester Gere 
Jerome Davidson Shively 



Orlando Stewart Murray 
Maurice L. Hecker 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

George W. Pickels. Jr., B.C.E. I-red Hall Kay, B.S. 

Grinnell Jones, Ph.D. Harry Cole Kendall, B.S. 

.•Xkthik Kiernan, Ph.B. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

Thomas Godfrey Burgess (deceased) Herbert Ragnvald Hedman 

Carl Oscar Malnberg Edson John Millizen 

Ralph Walker Booze 



Harry Clifford Helt 
Arthur Dale Savage 
Harold Baird Lanum 
John Austin Miller 



Hugh Leon Cole 
Eugene Kaspar 
Russell Rosier Rees 
Roy Hamilton Miers 



John Olis Crose 
Edgar Lucius Dieterich 
Turrill Dean Shonts 
Paul Walker Pickering 
Robert Louis Beitner 
Gold Samuel Hopkins 



H. E. Reum 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Pledges 



1'ranklin Cady Vandervort, Jr. 
George Arthur Kempf 
William Harold Cowell 
James Pollock, Jr. 



Macdonald Charles Booze 
Virgil Samuel Rice 
Henry Holsburg Haynes 
Harry Baird Sewall 



Ralph Raymond Click 
James Coolley McIntyre 
Joseph Nathaniel Greene 
William Arthur Honer 
Clyde Freeman Applegate 
Woodbury Ranlet Melcher 



C. L. Allhands 



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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



m If * 




» ^1*^1 ^1 


^'i 


1 







Mann Brown Wyman Kerrigan Chapman Hf.aly Huri.stone Adamson 

Kile Brown Meyers Hay McCracken Troup Richmond Cogdall 

Williams Hanna Ridgelv Hanna Swanell Champion Merriman Laing 




[202] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




PHI KAPPA PSI 

Founded at Washington and Jefferson College, 1852 
Active Chapters, 44 

ILLINOIS DELTA CHAPTER 
Established , 1904 Colors — Lavender and Pink 

FRATRES IN URBE 

Harold Randolph William Snow 

Theodore Allison Malcolm Kehlor 

Joseph Longueville Henry W'oodside Berks 

Dan Gardner Swannell Charles S. McConnel 

Wallace Mehl 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Edmund Janes James, LL.D. Albert Austin Harding 

Lockwood Janes Towne 

FRATRES IN VNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

John Pall Hanna Henkv Collins Hay 

Philip Sidney Hanna John Riley Merriman 

Temple Elliot Ridgely Lloyd Garrison Williams 

Horace Conrad Swannell Edwin Van Meter Champion 

George Driver Laing 

Juniors 

Harold Joseph Troup David Welty Larmer 

Wallace \\ v m an 

Sophomores 

Paul Kerrigan Arthur Sidney Mann 

George Kerns Richmond Wellington Carleton Healy 

Howard Orr McCracken 

Freshmen 

Ralph D. C. Chapman Harry Frank Cogdall 

Paul Lillard Myers Frank Lincoln Brown 

Harvey John Phelps Frank James Hurlstone 

Walter Terrence Kile Clarence Herbert Adamson 

Webb M. Siemens Lloyd W. Brown 

Ray Davidson Stout Simon S. Zeller 

William F. Jenkins Smith O'Hair 



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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




BaRNUM SCHOBINGER PiNAULT 

DuTTON Grikfin Bennett Gordon Wells Van Zant 

Cooi'ER Park Grout Berry Phelps Barber Sparlein 

DooLEY C.C.Roberts C.S.Roberts Weber Vigeant Cheney 




[294] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

Founded at Vale University, 1844 

Active Chapters, 43 Alumni Chapters, 30 

DELTA PI CHAPTER 
Established December, igof 

F RATER IN URBE 
EuMUND Charles Baktu. B.S. 

F RAT RES IN FACULTATE 

Maurice Henry Robinson, Ph.D. Phillip Borier Hawk, Ph.D. 

Morgan Brooks, M.E. Alfred Joseph Gunderson, B.S. 

Daniel Otis Barto, B.S. Lawrence Earl Foglesong, B.S. 

ERA TRES IN IWIl 'ERSI TA TE 

Seniors 

Chester Corwin Roberts Gregory Vigeant, Jr. 

Charles Simeon Roberts Walter Harry Weber 

Juniors 

Hubbard Errette Dooley Phil Chase Barber 

Joseph Carpenter Grout 

Sophomores 

Edwards Hall Berry Louis Wolfgang Sparlein 

William Harrison Bennett John Wallace Park 

John Carne Phelps Kenneth Lupton Cooper 

Louis Cloris Pinault 

Freshmen 

Eugene Schobinger Fred Scheaff Wells 

Jack Mitchell Griffin' Edmund Maginness Barnum 

Raymond Hall Gordon Marshall Simeon Dutton 



[295] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Hill Kirki-atrick Wright Dunes Dickey 

Lewis Vial Fackler Johnson Brown Rawlings 

CosTAR Case Newton Osman Henderson Smart Pogue 

Thomas Kemman Girton Gentry Morrill Green Dallenbagh Hinrichsen 




[ 296 ] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




DELTA UPSILON 

Founded at Williams College, 1834 
Active Chaptkrs, 40 



Established, 1903 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 



Colors — Blue and Gold 



FRATRES IN URBE 
Earnest ^L^RSE Vennum Rex Milton F. Waldo 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Newton Alonzo Wells, M.P. 
Edward Cary Hayes, Ph.D. 



Arthur James Todd, Ph.D. 
Bruce W. Benedict, M.E. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 

WiLLIA.M SU.MNER GeNTRY LoUIS EdWARD DaLLENBACH 

Delbert George Girton Raymond Rogers Thomas 

Joseph Peacock Green Guy Lyman Morrill 

Herbert Fred Kemman 



Leonard Victor Newton 
Fred Albert Hinrichsen 



Harold Choate Osman 
John Ruggles Case 



Juniors 

Lloyd Costar 

Sophomores 

John Edwin Lewis Robert LeRoy S.mart 

Walter Valentine Fackler Chauncey Stevens Hill 

Paul Wright Pogue Newton Anthony Wright 

Wiiliam Stewart Kirkpatrick 



Harold S. Johnson 
Nathaniel Smith Vial 



Fred Henderson 
SwEN Duner 



Freshmen 



Pledges 



Leslie A. Dickey 
Wayne Robert Rawlings 



Russell W. Brown 
William Louis Schrader 



[297] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




SuTER Cartwright Mount Harney Busse Kell Morgan 

Kratz Watts Wittich D.Kirk Crowder Fletcher Sanders Anderson 

B.KiRK VVoRSHAM SiMMoNs Bartells Crawford Albrecht Hanes Saunders 




[298] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




ACACIA 

Masonic 

Founded at the University of Michigan. igo4 

Active Chapters, 25 



Established April 28, 1906 



HETH CHAPTER 



Colors — Old Gold and Black 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Ika Xkwtun Rkad 
Henry VVoodside Berks 
Joseph Albert Morrow 



\\ ii.liam B. McKinley 



Archie Allen Stanley 
Orval Lee Gearhart 
Joseph Hazen Zearing 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Nathan Clifford Ricker, D.Arch. 
Harry Gilbert Paul, Ph.D. 
John McBeath Snodgrass, B.S. 
Maurice Cole Tanquary, A.M. 
Leonard Vaughan James, B.S. 
Frederick Ellis 



Rav Thomas Stull, E.M.Cer. 
KL\KL John T. Ekblaw, B.S. 
Walter Elmer Ekblaw, A.B. 
Alonzo Paul Kratz, B.S. 
Robert Taylor Jones 
James Herbert Kelly, A.M. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Graduate 

Donald Dee Kirk 



Seniors 



Henry Harrison Bartells 
Harry Ogden Saunders 
Harold Hamilton Crawford 
John Wilhelm Simmons 



Victor Harold Cartwright 
Murray Samuel Hanes 
Bonum Lee Kirk 
Benjamin H.^rrison Crowder 
Charles Harrison Fletcher 



Juniors 



Walter Boatman Worsham 
Victor Alvin Mathis 
Arthur Joseph Albrecht 
El WIN Valentine Kratz 



Darius Orendorff Mount 
Claude Harrison Watts 
Thomas Richard Harney 
Fred Peter Wittich 
Walter Vincent Kell 



Charles Leonard Morgan 



Sophomores 



Earl Ray Suter 
Henry Herman Busse 



Ralph Lloyd Sanders 



Freshmen 

Earl Wing Anderson 
Bert Nol'rse Porter 



[299] 




VNIVEF.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




RissER Waters J. Kendall Hauley Moors Langon Parker 

C. Kendall Swope Ferguson Strefe Stonkhouse Izant 
Kneisley Richardson Dlkon Colvin Hunter Frailey Newell Hall 

Leggett Gustavson Lewis Simons Seikried McFakland Klooster 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




THETA DELTA CHI 

Founded at Union College, 1848 
Active Chapters, 26 Alumni Chapters, 25 

KAPPA DEUTKRON CHARGE 
Established May ^g, i(^2 Colors — Black, White and Gold 

F RAT RES IN URBE 

George Chapin Roy Vincent Edwards 

Wallace Park Foote Rev. Ebenezer Bean 

Wii.i.iA.M Chester Maguire 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Guy Stanton Ford, Ph.D. Huwaku liAirrovv, Ph.D. 

Frank Oliver DuFour, C.E. 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

Charle.s Le Roy Simons Ralph Rice Lewis 

John Francis Seifried Raymond George Leggett 

Clarence Albert Klooster Eugene Harris McFarland 

Charles Le Roy Gustafson 



Ira Allen Dixon 
Jay Austin Colvin 



Roy Edward Risser 
Henry Benton Parker 
Herbert J.ackson Moore 
Floyd Britton Hadley 



Earl Stoxehouse 
Clarence Leo Lang.\n 
Clinton Dwight Kendall 



George Arthur Newell 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Affiliates 



Enos Waters 



James Albert Hunter 
Lester Eugene Frailey 



Lyle Gwinn Hall 
James Henry Kendall 
Charles Richardson 
Nathaniel McKay Kneisly 



Harold Peter Streff 
RussEL Claudius Swope 
Clarence Milford Ferguson 



James Rossiter Izant 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Stonk Miller E.V.Potter Bailey Bill McKinny 

Clover Greenlaw Hills W.E.Bow L.C.Bow Smith 

Lloyd Ice Williams Hoffman Ashwood Mourning 

Symons Stocker Johnson Palmer Kerker E.J. Potter Stewart 




[302] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




SIGMA PI 

Founded at lincennes University 
Active Chapters, 7 



Established May 8, 1908 



PHI CHAPTER 



Colors — Lavender and White 



F RATER IX FACULTATE 
LeRov Lan(., M.S. 

FRA TRES IN LXJ I 'ERSl TA TE 
Seniors 



H.\RRY Edward Kerker 
Ellis J. Potter 



Cyrus Edmind Palmer 
Tho.mas Augustus Symons 



Lavvrenxe Orville Stocker 
Juniors 



Harvey Judd Johnson 
John Clement Knight 



Tom Candy Stone 
John Neal Hoffmann 
Warren Edward Bow 



LOREN CUSHING BoW 

Ira Xewton Clover 
Emery Vern Potter 
Paul Wetzel Mourning 
Thomas Harold Lloyd 



Harold Burton Stewart 
Simon Palmer Weinberg 



XoEL Caklv^le Ice 



Sophomores 



Edgar L. Bill 



Freshmen 



Earl Clinton Williams 
Paul Ellsworth Ashwood 
Gilbert Marcus Miller 



Ira McKixney 
LaForce Bailey 
Louis John Hill 
Frank Asbury Greenlaw 
Royal Lee Smith 



Pledge — Paul Willard Murdock 



[303] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Sears Swartz Hartman Beebe Young E.E. Leopold Kern 
Butler Wakefield Larkin Salisbury R.E.Leopold Kaiser Gleason Buxton 
McGili.ivray Shobe W.J.Benner Ferguson A.J.Benner Dale Mulvaney Bremner 
KoHouT Garrett Arbuckle Stahl Hankins Dechman McIntyre 




[304] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ALPHA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY 

Founded at Yale, 1845 
Active Chapters, 10 Alumni Chapters, 5 

ETA CHAPTER 



Established May 28, 1908 



Colors — Cardinal and Stone Grayt 



PRATER IN URBE 

Ekle Roland Kklso 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Edward Chauncey Baldwin, Ph.D Laurie Lorne Burgess, Ph.D. 

John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Roland Glenn Butler 
Arthur Dechman 
Grover Samuel Arbuckle 



Ambrose Carl Stahl 
Charles William Bremner 
Louise Smith Ferguson 



Robert John Quinn 



Juniors 



Evans Sherwood Kern 
Hervey Miller Dale 
James Franklin Garrett 
Francis Du Lude Larkin 



James Russell Clark 
Oscar Ambrose Kaiser 
John Silas Moffett 
Christopher Keeney Beebe 



Sophomores 



Frank Dilling Shobe 
Jerome Francis Kohout 
Orville Gerber Han kins 
George Edward McIntyre 



George Guy Sears 
Elmer Edward Leopold 
Roland Eugene Leopold 
Charles Stewart Mulvaney 



Bennett Thornton Xettleton 



Leon Frank Swartz 
Arthur Jacob Benner 
Perry McGillin-ray 
Raymond Michael Gleason 
George Mincke Wakefield 



Freshmen 



Pledges 



Carl Alfred Hartman 
William Jacob Benner 
Benjamin Thomas Young 
Earl Miller Salisbury 
Stanley Gerald Buxton 



George Edward Sanders Zelora Leon Arbuckle 

Horace William Mann 



F 305 1 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Bennitt Hostktler Fkahman Wolter Tucker 

Claflin Bi.ough Westcott Bradley Morrison Turnock 

Welsh Johns Alden Ferris Soule Barnett 

Moffat -_^^ Souers Graves Glair Hull Barnard Ermeling 




[306] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




ZETA PSI 

Founded at New York College, 1847 
Active Chapters, 24 Alumni Chapters, 10 

ALPHA EPSILOX CHAPTER 
Established April ig, 1909 Color — White 

PRATER IX URBE 
Jasper William Porter 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Stephen Sheldon Colvin, Ph.D. Frederick Walton Carpenter, Ph.D. 

Francis Keese Wynkoop Drury, B.L.S. 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 

William Henry Hull Harry Franklin Glair 

Lester Herbert Graves William Askins Rutledge 

Juniors 

John Leslie Alden Phelps Fitch Ferris 

Hughes Albert Barnard Lewis Brown Ermeling 

Willis Eli Van Voorhis Marshall Ankeny Souers 

Ralph Anderson Bennitt Frederick Earle Moffat 

Joseph Henry Barnett, Jr. 

Sophomores 

WiLFORD Espin Johns Levin Cooper Soule 

Donald Kenneth Morrison William Browning Tucker 

Stephen Thurston Claflin Clifford Harper W'estcott 

Freshmen 

Heber Blough Mitchell Wolter 

Roger Thomas Welsh Llewellyn Alvin Tirnock 

William Winston Bradley Charles Edward Prahman, Jr. 

Joseph Columbus Hostetler, Jr. 

Pledge — Harold Meredith Page 



[ 307 ] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




TuBBS O'Connor Roberts Essington Vanpkrcook Talcott 
Wanner Graham Stark R.Hardinger Cushman O. Roman Baltzer 
CiABKi, Tai.hert Vehmeier Wii.soN Baum Roefer Anthony 
W.Roman Hansen Willmore Nelson Hoeppner Cash Warnock Simons 




I .^08 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 

Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 187^ 
Active Chapters, 27 Alumni Chapters, 9 

ALPHA DKUTEROX 



Established May g, 1910 



Colors — Silver and Magenta 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Alvjn Todd Burrows 
Chester McElfresh Crain 



Frank Stevens Leas 
John C. Dallenbach, M.D. 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Justus Watson Folsom, Sc.D. Harold Wilson Stewart, B.S. 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Seniors 



ViGGO Hansen 
Harold Smith Cash 
Edmund Gottlieb Hoeppner 
George Augustine Simons 



Walter Roman, Jr. 
Arthi'r Edward Baitm 
Raymond Andrew Kelson 
Charles Howard Warnock 



Cyrus Crane Willmore 



Mancel Talcott 
Ralph William Bunge 
Charles Andrew O'Connor 



Oscar Roman 
Carl Martin Roefer 
Charles Becht Anthony 
Henry Pierce Vandercook 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Arthir Roy Simpson 
Fred Eluon Vehmeier 
Ralph Wilbur Hardinger 



George Elmer Gable 
Leonard Edward Stark 
Harold Keith Baltzer 
Norman Kenneth Wilson 



Arthur Vernon Essington 



Freshmen 



Arthur Lewis Wanner 
Ralph Earns worth Cushman 
Harold Arthur Talbert 



H. V. Freeman 



Pledges 



Harold Azelle Tubbs 
Matthew Powell Graham 
Charles Ellis Roberts 



D. L Larsen 



[309] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Dewey Comstock Ames 
Doi.AN CuLi' Peterson O'Donnell McCray Lowry Bruner 

Hanley Pudney Lawless Fielder Checkley Gallie Hays 

Wright McFaduen McGrath Henn H.Acer Rottger D.Acer Jacobsen 




[310] 



PSI UPSILON 

Founded at Union University, 1833 
Active Chapters, 23 



OMICRON CHAPTER 



Established May 28, 1910 



Colors — Garnet and Gold 



F RATER /;V URBE 
Charles Wallace Graham 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Fred Henry Rankin 
Frederick Green, LL.B., A.M. 
Charles Melville Moss, Ph.D. 
Harrison Fred Gonnerman, B.S. 



Oren Elmer Staples 
Frederick Maynard Mann, C.E. 
John Norton Pomeroy, Jr., LL.B. 
Stephen Osgood Androus, A.B., B.S. 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Seniors 
Otho Manson Henn 



Herbert Augustus Acer 
Francis X. McGrath 



Juniors 



Russel Curtis Rottger 



Stanley Bruce McFadden 



Joseph Harvey Checkley 



John Connor Hanley 
Miner Thomas Ames 
William Fuller Fielder 
Robert Larkin Lowry 
Joseph Conrad Lawless 



Sophomores 



Burrel Wright 



William Kent Pudney 
Forest Perin Hays 
Walter Herman Jacobsen 
James Daniel McCray 
John De Witt Culp 



Freshmen 



BuRTis John Dolan 
Milton Otho Jensen 
Crane Simpson Bruner 
Daniel Franklin Comstock 
Hugh Francis O'Donnell 



Ritchie Park Dewey 
George Philip Seneff 
Donald Muirhead Gallie 
Arthur William Peterson 
Harvey Henry Walters 



[311I 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Ogle Hoskins Churchill Field Davis 

Cooper Kirkland Menke Norris Whitney VanPetten 

Glenn Skinner Hopkins Porterfield Burger Gamble G.Seiler 

Prindle McKim Rich Ingersoll O.Seiler Kays Foster Vosburgh 




I 312 1 



THE NrNETEEN-THIRIEENILLl 




ALPHA DELTA PHI 

Founded at Hamilton College, 183^ 
Active Chapters, 25 

ILLIXOIS CHAPTER 



Established January 13, igi2 



Colors — Green and White 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Herbert J. Barton 
Franklin W. Marquis 



Roy N. Farco 



Roger F. Little 
George B. Norris 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Otto E. Seiler 
Harold B. Ingersoll 



Seniors 



Donald J. Kays 
George W. Seiler 



William R. Vosburgh, Jr. 
w'lllard b. porterfield 
Merwin L. Prindle 
Charles E. Whitney 



Juniors 



Wilson M. McKim 
Earnest A. Rich 
Harry L. Foster 
Arthur H. Ogle 



Elliott B. Hopkins 
James E. Churchill 
William Hoskins, Jr. 



Sophomores 



John F. Breton 



Howard E. Burger 
RoswELL F. Field 
George B. Norris 



Archibald F. Kirkland 
Oliver W. Van Petten 
Edward A. Skinner 
Edward A. Cooper 



Freshmen 



John A. Heist 
Murray O. Glenn 
Clare C. Gamble 
Arnold E. Menke 



Chester A. Kellogg 



313] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




McCi.Ki.i.ANu Am>kk.>i>.\ Hi;ru Rout GoLDSc;HMiur 

Parkinson Mirick Schlink Connard 

Miller Orcutt Willson Dean Minchin 



\.V4] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




TAU KAPPA EPSILON 

Founded at Illinois U'esleyan, 1899 
Active Chapters, 3 Alumni Chapters, i 

GAMMA CHAPTER 
Established February 3, 1912 Colors — Cherry and Gray 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Wilbur Roy Leighty Ward Hanson Sachs 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Graduate 

Henry Alfred Burd Alfred Walter Orcutt 

Roland Norton Miller 

Seniors 

Arthur Foster Connard Frank Clifford Dean 

Frederick John Schlink 

Juniors 
Harrv Glenn Parkinson Harry Rugee Mirick 

• Sophomores 

Perrin Bailky Root Clarence Scott Anderson 

George Leo McClelland Glenn Irwin Willson 

Samuel Meyer Goldschmidt 

Freshman 
Sidney Henry Minchin 

Pledges 

William A. Myers Charles Samuel Craigmile 

Clarence Sedgwick Moss Kenneth John Beebe 

Paul Joseph Hazlewood Stanley Edwin Lindstrom 



[315] 




VNIVER-SITY OF ILLINOIS 





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FiTZl'ATRICK O'BkIKN RICHTER SHIELDS KeLLY 

Huston Aplington Youngman Morrissey Schmitz 

McDonald Conboy L.Kurt Glenz Misner 

J.Kurt Layden Real Desmond McQuaid Prindeville Hayes 




[3i6 1 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLIQ 



Established May i6, ign 



PHI KAPPA 

Founded at Brown University, i8S6 
Active Chapters, 2 

BETA CHAPTER 



Colors — Purple. White and Gold 



F RAT RES IS rXllHRSITATE 

Seniors 
John Joseph McQuaid 



Raymond George Real 
John Joseph Desmond 



Dominic Harold Shields 
Edward Anton Glenz 
Francis Joseph Prindeville 
John Joseph Klrt 



Juniors 



Francis DeSales Misner 
Wilbert Bernard Youngman 
Theodore Edmund Layden 
Joseph Alfred Huston 



Edward Henry Morrissey 
Rudolph Lawrence Kklly 
Nicholas Joseph Schmitz 



Sophomores 



James Edward McDonald 
LouRDE Joseph Conboy 
William James Aplington 



John Paul Lichter 
Raymond John O'Brien 
James Charles Fitzpatrick 



Freshmen 



William Bertram Hayes 
Silas Carl Linbarger 
Leo Peter Kurt, Jr. 



1317] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Davis Silkman Blum Heath Dummer Buzick 

Senneff Scheisswohl Underhill Boettiger Gonsior Spitler Buttonmaker 
HoRRELL Jones Reitz Rascher Heidkemp Naprstek Smejkal Titus 
Vandeveer Anderson Ingram Krammert Weil Stitzel Back 




[3'81 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




CHI PHI 

Founded at Princeton, 1S24 
Active Chapters, 21 



II. 1. 1. VOLS SIGMA CHAPTER 



Established, May, 1912 



Colors — Scarlet and Blue 



F RAT RES IN VMVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Herman Charles Krannert 
Melvin Eichberg Weil 
William Verity Ingram 
Charles Raschfr 



Emil Nicholas Heidkamp 
Harrie Earl Vandeveer 
Guy Vernon Anderson 
Robert Back 



Clarence Miller Stitzel 



Juniors 



Harold WtRTZ Underhill 
Louis Angelo Boettiger 
Clark Hile Spitler 
George Leiner Titus 



Charles Rush Horrell 



Frank Joseph Xaprstek 
Walter Richard Reitz 
Jesse Karl Jones 
Frank J. Smejkal 



Sophomores 



Mark Adolph Button maker 
Walter Joseph Blum 



James Clyde Buzick 
Albert Gonsior 



Wayne Gottlieb Broehl 



George Freeman Senneff 
Philip George Schiesswohl 
Paul Newhall Davis 



Freshmen 



James Byron Dummer 
John Meade Silkman 
Trevor Morse Heath 



[319] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




LoNGi.EY Clarke Koch Reuling 

Nichols Pratt Nolte Faber Merrh.l Hhx Perry 

Smith Wilson (pledge) Stitt Groves Lucas Krae(;er Hyde Fulks 

C.H. Belting Prince Wenter Martin Bauer P.B. Belting Cooper 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLIO 




TAU LAMBDA 

Established at Illinois, 1906 Colors — Red and Black 

MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Mark A.mknt Cooper 

Seniors 

Donald Karel Groves Paul Everett Belting 

Sidney Griswold Martin Lawrence Martin Wenter 

Charles Henry Beltinc; David Chandler Prince 

Franklin William Bauer 

Juniors 

Leigh Willard Lucas Harry Gatlin Fulks 

Stanley Hill Ralph Vline Nichols 

John Franklin Kraeger Thompson Arlene Merrill 

Willard Reynolds Matheny 

Sophomores 

David Roland Clarke F"red William Reuung 

George Benjamin Koch Clayton Brooke Faber 

Ralph Dunning Longley Arthur Comstock Pratt 

Henry Fillmore Hyde 

Freshmen 

John Theodore Belting Ralph Grover Perry 

John Elbert Nolte Warren Francis Smith 

Donald Prather Stitt 

Pledge — Joseph Howel Wilson 



[321 ] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Justice Goodyear Gauger Hoit 

Keith Ri'by Weingartner Rohlfing Leslie Keig Sigerson 

Ray Reimert Blake Stevenson Herbert P.Wagner A.Wagner Pennebaker 
AiNswoRTH Waters Leo McLarty McKee Styles Wells 




[322] 



CHI BETA 



Established, 1906 



Colors — I'ale Blue and ll'hite 



MEMBER IX FACCirV 
Stanlkv Prince Farwell 

MEMBERS IX VXU'ERSITATE 

Graduate 
Pal'l John Graham 



Seniors 



Ray Clark McLarty 
Paul Harmon McKee 
Harold Harvey Herisert 
Edward Everette Waters 



Herbert Thai. I,eo 



Edward R. Styles 
John Rfchard Wells 

W ALTER Wn^FORD AiNS WORTH 

James Vail Stevenson 



Bryne Lucas Ray 
Irving Randolph Ruby 
Stuart Albert Ralston 
Robert Rutter Reimert, Jr. 



Frank Melville Keig 
George Holbrook Bargh 
Martin Elliott Justice 



Junicrs 



Sophomores 



Paul Charles Gauger 
Henry Marks Goodyear 
Eugene Hendricks Leslie 
Laurence Prescott Keith 



Alvin Louis Wagner 
W iLFRED Carl Sigerson 
Alfred Robert Rohlfing 



Benjamin Harrison Blake 



Freshmen 

Percy Evan Wagner Maurice Elon Hoit 

Clyde Fredrick Weingartner Charles Thomas Pennebaker 

Stuart Kenneth Yarwood 



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VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



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Trowbridge Trumbo Tillson Carter Strong Hirschl Hammut 

Gay W.Lamb Claussen Dorchester S.Lamb Rockwell Strong 

HoBsoN Ellis Robinson Duval Turner Hunter Baxter 




[324] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ILUS 



Established, i^oy 



Colors — Purple and White 



MEMBERS L\ LRBE 
Archie H. Hubbard Ralph H. Bkan 



MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Paul Thomas Robinson 
Walter Van Turner 



Elair Dilworth Doval 
Charles Madison Hunter 



Juniors 

Jackson Edward Hirschl Arthur \\ illiam Claussen 

Vaughn Butler Baxter Tracy Wallace Ellis 

Strawn Aldrich Cay Norman Thomas Hobson 

Wilder Edward Lamb 



Sophomores 



Donald Hummer Carter 
Arnold Hoffman Dorchester 
Arthur Crist Stronc; 



Carl Wilfred Bloom 
Wallace Shumwav Lamb 
Harold Luther Tillson 



Freshmen 



Sylvester T. Rockwell 
Charles Edgar Trowbridge 
Andrew Baker Ham mitt 



Charles Howard Strong 
John F. Bowers 
Silas Max Trumbo 



[ 325 ] 




yNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




MouNTjov A.S.NkviiNs Thompson Ackert Carmichaei, Hersman Bebb Raynkr Cope 

Shambo Kidi) Schoessel Fraser Hale Nickell Lane Myers Thomas 
Weli.s Gii.mdre Gardner Smith Coi.\mn J. A. Nkvins Liggett Evans Turner 




[326] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




IRIS 

Established, 190S Colors — Purple and Gold 

FK.riR/iS IX FACVLTATE 

Lloyd Francis Nickell, A.B. William Horace Rayn'er. B.S. 

EKATHES IX EXU'ERSITATE 

Graduate 
John Edward Ackert, A.B. 

Seniors 

Clovd Clayton Smith Joseph Allan \evins 

Arthur Thompson Evans David Carl Lighett 

W'iNFIELD COKUIN GlI.MORl RaLI'H RaV WeLLS 

James Harlan Gardner Carl Colvin 

Juniors 

Wilbur Jerome Carmichael Carl Arthur Schoessel 

Maurice Robert Bkbb Walter Allen Cope 

Arthir Seymour Xevins Georce James Lane 

Harwell Ci.oid Tho.mpson Arthur Leslie Myers 

Sophouwres 

Ernest Glenn Hersman John Mifflin Thomas 

Clovis Ward Lincoln Walter Carlyle Turner 

Guy Peter Shambo Charles R. Velzy 

Freshmen 

Ed. Charles Elles Albert Eugene Kidd 

Eraser Hale Paul Howes Mounttoy 



[327] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Henderson Stafford W.L.Crow Sinclair 

Hart Hkss Schwane Bradley 

Menke IxS.Crovv Blackburn Gourley Coolidge 




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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




DELTA OMEGA 



Established, kjii 



Colors — Maize and Pale Blue 



MEMBERS IN LWIIERSITV 



Seniors 



Lewis Hill Goi'rley 



William Leslie Crow 



Juniors 

Cecil Raymond Sinclair Elwin Ray Coolidge 

Robert Edwin Blackburn 



Sol^lionicrcs 



DeW ITT Smith Crow- 
Alexander Swift Henderson 
Harry George Menke 
Harold Smith Bradley 



Myron Bishop Hart 
Antony \V. Schwane 
Herbert Stanley Stafford 
Julian Conrad Hess 



Pledges 



Leon Alvin Triggs 



Herbert Louis Voigt 



ii'^'j I 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ITMNOTS 




LoNc; r>v Hadway Parr Hess Fktherston 

Marten Quick Brasen Fetherston Bunn Severson 

BraIXARD STAKK(IRr) LUMMIS DECKER THOMSON BuSH 




[330] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 



PI OMICRON 

Established, igri 



MEMBERS IN UNU'ERSITY 

Seniors 
Lewis Allen Brubaker Clyde Harrison Parr 

Juniors 
Herbert Spencer Brasen Nixon Lawrence Bunn 

Rf.DK K \\ '^■I.IR M \KTI-N 



Soplwmores 



Fred Brainard 
Kenmth Rur.man BrsH 
Julian Conrad Hess 
Gilbert Sims Severson 



Arthur William Thomson 



Mkklk Im<ancis Lummis 
George Edward Qi'ick 
Herbert Levin-Stafford 
John Moffat Fetherston 



Freshvien 



Lloyd Vincent Decker 
Fred Alan Du Hadway 



Robert Bennett Long 
James Edward Fetherston 



[331 ] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINOIS TREVERI 



Established, igio 



Colors — Green and Gray 



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II. N.Powell B.E.Powell Lee Thompson Hess Hart 



MEMBERS IN FACULTY 
Burt Eardly Powell, Ph.D. Thomas Eugene Thomson, B.S. 

MEMBERS JN UMVERSITY 

Senior 
Hervey Miller Dale 

Juniors 

Everett Samuel Lee H. N. Ray Powell 

Gilbert Davison Johnson 



Soplwmorcs 



Myron B. Hart 
Donald K. Morrison 
Herbert Levin-Stafford 



Julian C. Hess 
Kimball V. Root 
Georce F. Bissell 



Freshmen 



Donald M. Gallie 



Eraser Hale 
J. Cameron Whitelaw 



\2:i2] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 





III the Order of their Establishment at Illinois 



Phi Lambda Upsilon (Chemical) 

Tan Beta Pi (Engineering) 

Phi Delta Phi (Law) . . 

Alpha Zeta (Agricultural) 

Sigma Xi (Scientific) 

Eta Kappa Nu (Elec. Engr.) 

Phi Alpha Delta (Law) . 

Scribblers' Club . 

Alpha Gamma Rho (Agricultural) 

Delta Sigma Rho (Oratorical) . 

Triangle (Civil Engineering) 




1889 
1897 

IQOI 
1()02 

1903 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 



Phi Beta Kappa (Literary) . 
Alpha Chi Sigma (Chemical) 
Gamma Alpha (Scientific) 
Scabbard and Blade (Military) 
Scarab (Architectural) 
Delta Kappa Chi (Commercial) 
Sigma Mu Rho (Medical) 
Kappa Delta Pi (Educational) 
Sigma Delta Chi (Journalism) 
Order of the Coif 



K907 
1908 
i<X)8 

19<>> 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1912 



Shield and Trident 



HONORARY SENIOR SOCIETIES 
. 1893 Phenix 



1906 



INTERFRATERNITY SOCIETIES 
Yoxan (Senior and Junior) . . . 1905 Helmet (Sophomore) 



1907 



[333] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Potter Olin Langei.ikr Corson Bornman 
BuRCESs Baker Bates Nickell Leslie Majonnier 

Carero Littleton Gordon Lauter Sears Mohlman Kamm 
Hewes Beal Derick McFarland Noyes Washburn Jones Israki. 



[334] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




PHI LAMBDA UPSILON 



HUXORARY CHEMICAL J'RATERNITY 



Pounded at University of Illinois, i88g 

ACTIVK ChaptkkSj 7 



Colors — Red and Blue 



ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established, 1889 

HONORARY MEMBERS 



W. A. XOYKS 








S. W. I'ARR 


E. Barton 








P. B. Hawk 


J. H. Pkttit 








L. H. Smith 


H. S. Grindly 








C. G. Hopkins 


C. W. Balke 








R. S. CURTISS 


E. W. Washburn 








G. M. P. Smith 


ASSOCIATE 


MEMBERS 


D. F. McFarland 








L. L. Burgess 


R. H. Jesse, Jr. 








Grinnei. Jones 






ALUMNI 




J. M. Barn HART 








G. D. Beal 


C. G. Derkk 








A. D. Emmett 


P. E. Howe 








W. Langelier 


J. M. LlNDCREN 








D. A. MacInnes 




E. 


Van 


Alstine 






ACTIVE MEMBERS 


C. T. Baker 








C. J. Lauter 


S. J. Bates 








E. H. Leslie 


J. H. Born MANN 








L. R. Littleton 


P. S. Burgess 








E. K. Strachan 


J. 0. Carrero 








J. J. Mojonnier 


H. P. CORSIN 








F. W. ATOHLMAN 


J. E. Egan 








L. F. NiCKELL 


H. B. GoRDox 








H. L. Olin 


C. K. Hewes 








R. S. Potter 


A. L. Israel 








C. Rascher 


0. Kamm 








G. W. Seaks 



[33s] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Kratz Hanson Philleo Noerenberg Dent Colville 

Fisher Davis Stokes Myers Wenter Bagley Martin Huber 

Wagner Hanna Vaniman Ludwig Styles Voss Connell 

Branuner Gii.i.an Klotz Bulkeley Miles Cheney Montgomery Gordon 




I336I 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 



TAU BETA PI 

Founded at Lehigh University, 1883 Colors — Brown and White 

Active Chaptkrs, 25 

ALPHA OF ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Established, 1897 

FRATRES IN IJRBE 




E. M. Burr 








H. F. Post 


L. R. GULLEY 








H. C. Marble 


W. A. McKnight 








H. D. Oberdorfer 




\V. 


G. 


Stromqu 


1ST 


FRATRES 


IX FACULTATE 


W. F. M. Goss 








H. E. MURDOCK 


I. 0. Baker 








S. P. Farwell 


J. M. White 








0. A. Randolph 


E. C. Schmidt 








C. E. Xoerenberg 


H. H. Stoek 








0. A. Leutwiler 


H. F. GOEDKE 








E. J. Berg 


G. W. PiCKELS. Jr. 








N. C. Ricker 


J. A. Dent 








C. T. Knipp 


H. H. Jordan 








C. R. Clark 


G. P. BOOMSMTER 








J. J. RiCHEY 


G. A. GOODENOUGH 








F. S. FooTE, Jr. 


A. N. Talbot 








R. Y. Williams 


C. R. Richards 








A. S. Buyers 


A. P. Carman 








Trygve Yensen 


F. W. Marquis 








C. C. HaBER MEYER 


J. M. Snodgrass 








Morgan Brooks 


C. C. Wn,EY 








H. F. GONNERMAN 


FRATRES 


IN UNIVERSITATE 






Graduates 




W; C. Wells 








W. E. M OS HER 


H. A. Houston 








R. J. Roark 


E. R. LuDwiG 








M. S. Mason 


A. R. Anderson 








F. H. Millard 



Seniors 



Glen David Baglev 
Oscar Ernest Bulkeley 
Howard Dimick Myers 
Edwin Lewis Connell 
Fred Guvon Gordon 
Walter Charles Voss 
Elwin Valentine Kratz 
Harvey Franklin 
Howard Lovewell 
Hector Boza 
John W. Stokes 
John Warren Davis 
John Paul Hanna 



Wagner 
Cheney 



Juniors 



Albert S. Fry 
GusTAF George Fornoff 
Harry Anthony Wiersema 
Lyman Gage Wheeler 
William Orus Andrews 
Edward Ernest Redderson 
Charles Rush Horrell 
Charles Babcock McGrew 

Howard Matthew 



Claude Leroy Hanson 
Joseph Earl Huber 
Harry John Klotz 
Max a. Montgomery 
Paul Keiter Miles 
Edwin Batty Styles 
Paul Harned Gillan 
Roy L. Vaniman 
Lewis Nebinger Fisher 
John Robert Colville 
George West Philleo 
Sidney Griswold Martin 
Lawrence Martin Wenter 

William Sidney Wolfe 

W. Clifford Sadler 

Frank Charles Rohrbough 

Alexander Rudolph Brandner 

Everett Samuel Lee 

David Chandler Prince 

Lloyd Gaston Smith 

Paul Theodore Bock 

s 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



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Mehl Graham Essington Farthing Noi.an Kessler 

Levis Ward I'arker Herrick P'arthing Fisher Crowder 

Hay Morris Orvis McKim Watson Fletcher Huston 

Mohr Fischer KniiKRTs Williams Keiiiiley Chamimon Monroe Hall 



[338] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




PHI DELTA PHI 

LAW FRATERNITY 

Founded at the Vnk'crsity of Michigan, 1869 
Active Chapters, 43 

lax(;dkll chapter 

Established 1901 



FRATRES IN VRBE 



C. W. Graham 

H. A. COFFMAN 

B. F. Harris. Jr. 

X'. W. Harris 

E. G. McCoRMICK 



R. E. PiNKERTON 

C. \V. Richards 

E. C. Staley 

F. W. W'rkiht 
L. C. Glenn 



FRATRES IN FACl'LTATE 



O. A. Harker 
E. H. Decker 

FREiiKRirK Green 



C. G. Vernier 



J. N. PoMERov. Jr. 
R. L. Henry. Jr. 

R. F. LiTTI.E 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



C. C. WiLMORE 

C. S. Roberts 
G. E. Keithley 
]\. Monroe 



A. L. Hall 



E. V. Champion 
L. G. Williams 
H. Mohr 
C. O. Fischer 



Juniors 



W. E. Levis 
H. C. Hay 

A. M. Morris 

B. S. Fisher 
G. W. Herrick 
E. A. Rich 



B. H. Crowder 

C. H. Fletcher 
J. A. Huston 
P. H. Ward 

W. D. P. Farthing 
C. H. Farthing 



G. \\'. Watson 
W. W. Mehl 
P. J. Graham 



Freshmen 



A. V. Essington 



L. F. Or vis 
R. B. Kessler 
W. M. McKim 



[339] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Sayre Carr Kays Hay Bebb 

E.M. Ci.ARK Cokkey Gentle Case Roberts W.C.Ci.ark 

D.H.Stevenson Ali.yn Coi.vin Huoei-Son Svveitzer Bei.tinc; J.V.Stevenson 



[340] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILL! 




ALPHA ZETA 

HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at Ohio State University, 1897 
Active Chapters, 20 



Established, 1902 



MORROW CITAPTFR 

Colors — Mode and Sk\ Blue 



rRATRES IN FACULTATE 



t. j. burrill 
Eugene Davenport 
c. f. hottes 
s. a. fokkks 
F. H. Rankin 
J. G. MOSIER 
C. G. Hopkins 
E. M. McDonald 
J. H. Pettit 
L. H. Smith 
w. g. eckhardt 
a. f. gustafson 
Arthur Lumbrick 
J. E. Whitchurch 

H. W. MUMKORD 



L. D. Hall 

W. C. Coffey 

H. P. Rusk 

N. W. Hepburn 

R. E. Brand 

W. L. Gaines 

L. R. Lang 

J. C. Blair 

J. W. Lloyd 

Donald McIntosh 

D. O. Rarto 

O. S. Fischer 

S. V. Holt 

H. W. Stewart 

W. L. Burleson 



FRATKES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Orr Allyn 

C. H. Belting 
Carl Colvin 

D. J. Kays 

J. V. Stevenson 



Seniors 



H. C. M. Case 
J. S. Coffey 
W. G. Clark 
R. R. Hudelson 
D. H. Stevenson 



J. E. Sweitzer 



Juniors 



M. R. Bebb 
W. C. Carr 
C. E. Hay 
Elmer Roberts 
C. A. Atwood 
H. F. Fahrnkopf 



E. M. Clark 
G. E. Gentle 
C. B. Sayre 

J. R. DiLLWORTH 

J. B. Andrews 
W. T. Car MICHAEL 



[341] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Greve.-^ SKb.-5E McDermet Pkince HAdi-Ev GtiRnoN Stokes 

Mathews Narkinsky Lee Stewart Gates Horreli. Wittich 

Graves Rexwinkle Vaniman Van Deusen Merris Montc;omery Coi.vii.i.e 



[342] 



ETA KAPPA NU 

Electrical Engineering 
Founded at Illinois, 1904 Colors — Navy Blue and Scarlet 

Active Chapters, 7 Alumni Chapters, 2 

ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established at Illinois, 1904 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 

Alpha University of Illinois 

Gamma Ohio State University 

Delta Armour Institute of Technology 

Epsilon Pennsylvania State College 

Zeta Case School of Applied Science 

Theta Uni\crsity of Wisconsin 

Iota University of Missouri 

PR. AT RES IX IK BE 
W. T. BiKNKT R. X. Fargo 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

E. J. Berg S. P. Farwell 

J. M. Bryant Morgan Brooks 

C. T. Knipp L. V. James 

H. G. Hake 1.. W. Fisk 

H. M. Tl'RNER 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Graduates 



A. R. Anderson 



M. S. Mason 



\\ . ]'■. SCHALLER 



Seniors 



G. D. Bagley 

J. R. COLVILLE 

L. H. Graves 
R. S. Reese 
G. E. Stewart 
C. S. Narkinsky 
A. B. Van Deusen 



C. E. Merris 
W. G. Gordon 

D. C. Prince 
J. \V. Stokes 

H. E. Montgomery 
F. D. Rex winkle 
R. L. Vaniman 



G. W. Gates 
C. R. Horrell 
Howard Mathews 



Juniors 



G. L. Greves 

E. S. Lee 

F. P. WlTTICH 



[343] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Brockmever Brixton Zetterholm Ivens Morris Swanson Cunninoham 

BuscHMAN A.M. Gaddis Searing H.E. Gadois Moore Britton 

Roi.Eo Veri.ie Vaniman Kendall Fayart Bili.man Webb 




[344] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




PHI ALPHA DELTA 



Law 



Kent Law School, j8q/ 
Active Chapters, 28 



Colors — Purple and Old Gold 
Alumni Chapters, 4 



MAGRUDER CHAPTER 
Established, igoj 

FRATRRS IN VRBE 
S111NEV Cohen 

FRATRES IK FACULTATE 
E. M. Halliday I. M. Wokmser 

FRATRES L\ UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Abner Fred Kendall 
Charles Provine Webb 



De W'jTT BlLLMAN 



Roy L. Vaniman 
Louis Eugene Favart 



Juniors 

Aakon Ralph Ivens 
Emil Joseph Verlie 
Charles Elbkidce Jones 
Louis Adrian Ruschman 
Edwin John Brock meyer 

Sophomores 
Claude Magnus Swanson 

Freshmen 



Harkv Clay Moore 

Robert Penman Rollo 

James Everett Etherton 

Henry Elisha Gaddis 

Thomas Albright Cunningham 



Albert Macy Gaddis 



John Henry Searing Leland Albert Morris 

Floyd Evanston Britton William Everett Britton 

Maurice Zetterholm 



[ 345 ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Cattron Richardson Bebb Case Brown Herrick Johns 

Lucas Meeks McCracken Greene Lawless Crabbe Checkley Costar 
Foglesong Sweitzer Kemman Gardner Brandt Simons Laing Reed 



[346] 



ALPHA GAiMMA RHO 

Professional Agricultural fraternity 

Founded at the i'niversity of Illinois, igo8 

AcTivK Chaptkrs, 4 



Established, ignS 



ALPHA CHAPTER 

Colors — Dartmouth Green and Old dnld 



MEMBERS IX PACUETY 



EUGKXE DaVF.NPORT 

Fred Henry Rankix 
Louis Brandt 



Chester Otis Reed 
Alfred Joseph Gunderson 
Lawrence Earl Fogleson>; 



J. H. Gardner 
C. W. Davis 
H. F. Kemman 
G. D. Laing 
L. W. Lucas 



MEMBERS IX UXIVERSITY 



Seniors 



J. R. Merrimax 
C. C. Roberts 
C. L. Simons 

J. E. SWEITZER 

C. C. Twist 



Juniors 



T. L. Barrow 
M. R. Bebb 
C. A. Brown 
C. L. Cattron 
C. R. Case 
Lloyde Costar 



E. S. Brown 
Willie Crabb 



Sophomores 



C. R. Gridley 
W. D. Herrick 
C. T. Meek 
A. E. Rathbun 
A. R. Green 
J. H. Checkley 



H. C. McCracken 



W. E. Johns 
C. Richardson 



L347 1 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




0'C<>NNOK Frailey Wham Burgener 

Leonard Hoi.ch Hobart 

WORMSER HaLLIDAY MeRRY 



[348] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




DELTA SIGMA RHO 

Honorary Oratorical Fraternity 
Founded at Northwestern University, i()06 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 



Established, 1906 



Colors — Maroon and Black 



J. H. Zearing 



FRATRF.S /A' URBE 

R. F Little 



FRATRRS I\' FACULTATE 



E. M. Halliday 



L. M. WOKMSKR 



G. N. Merry 



F RAT RES IN UNIVERSITATE 



J. V. Stevenson 

C. M. HOBART 

R. G. Real 



A. E. HoLCH 



Seniors 



Juniors 



L. E. Frailey 



Charles Wham 
C. E. Burgener 
T. B. Leonard 



C. A. O'Connor 



A. V. ESSINGTON 



Sophomores 



W. J. Prince 



[349] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



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1 f " 

1 



Williams Fuller Rundquist Marbach Blttt Taylor Boyle Hribal 

Wold Turley Montague Cline Reddersen Stougi[ Kibbe 
Sangdahl Wagner Weaver Eells Haven Prouty Thompson Swenson 

Erskine Kircher Jahn Davis Nau Maver Warren Fisher 




[350] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




TRIANGLE 

Civil Engineering 
University of Illinois, 1907 Colors — Old Rose and Gray 

ACTIVE CHAPTERS 

Illinois ... University of Illinois 

Purdue Purdue University 

Ohio State Ohio State University 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Ira Osborn Bakkr, D.Eng. John Pascal Brooks, M.S. 

Melvin Lorknils Exger, C.E. 

MEMBERS IN CITY 
Robert Wagner, Jr. 

MEMBERS IN FACULTY 
Harrison Frederick Gonnerman, B.S. Willard Clark Eells, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 

Harry Francis Jahn Paul Kircher 

David Blair Maver Robert Harold Nau 

Lana Weaver Clarence Irwin Haven 

Lewis Xebin(;er Fisher Harvey Franklin Wagner 

George Edward Warren Alexander Watmough Erskine 

John Walker Davis 

Juniors 

Henry Adam Marbach Edwin Henry Swenson 

Marcus Prevost Taylor Robert Edgar Turley, Jr. 

Roy Campbell Williams Charles Abraham Wold 

Clarence Malcolm Fuller Edward Anthony Hribal 

Edward Ernest Reddersen John Martin Rundquist 

Glenn Howexstein Slough 

Sophomores 

Lawrence Albert Cline Leslie Arthur Kibbe 

Edwin Chester Prouty' 

Pledges 

Harley Marion Butt Charles Henry Thompson 

John Raleigh Donaldson Frank Baker Warren 



[351] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Cochran SrAULoiNc; Koholit Dechman Burgess Handke Mohlman 
QuiNN HoRNUNG GATES Fairhall Corson Hedges Garrett Day 

Hewes Back Huenink Whiting Foster Arozian Wallace Rascher Davis 

Ruth Potter Jones McFari.anu Watkins Thompson Bleninger Nickell 



[352] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLIQ 




ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

Professional Chetuical Fraternity 

Founded at the University of ll'isco)isin. igo2 

Active Chapters. 14 



Established, 190S 



ZETA CHAPTER 

Colors— Prussian Blue and Chrome Yellow 



FR.ITRFS IX rk'BE 

W'akkkn Albf.kt Rnii. ,\.M. Oscar S. W'atkixs. B.S. 

Thomas Eugene Thompson, B.S. 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Albert Victor Bleinincer. B.S. Philip Bovier Hawk, Ph.D. 

I.AURiE Lorne Burgess, Ph.D. Ru hard Henry Jesse, Jr., Ph. D. 

Richard Sidney Curtiss. Ph.D. D.wiu I-"ord McFarland, Ph.D. 

Grinnell Jones, Ph.D. 



FRATRES IN UN ITERS IT ATE 



Pail Steer Burgess 
Harry Peach Corson 
Lawrence Turner Fairhall 
Lloyd Francis Xickell 
Ralph Sidney Potter 
Frank Miller Wallace 
A. Lemuel Whiting 



Ralph Pillsbury Gates 
Floyd William Mohlman 
Robert John Quinn 
Charles Herbert Spaulding 



Harry Rusling Cochran 
James Franklin Garrett 
Martin Robert Hornung 



Graduates 



Seniors 



Juniors 



L. H. Davis 
L. F. Foster 
John Arozian 
Earle B. Millard 
J. W. Read 
Harry H. Hadley 
Henky L. Huenink 



Arthur Dechman 
Charles Kay Hewes 
Charles Rascher 
Robert Back 



Philmer W. Day 
Paul Albert Handke 
Leo Beethoven Hedges 



Jerome Frances Kohout 



[ 35.? ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Blkgess Keeton Denton Stouffer Bates Anderson Ackert Olin 

James Rowland Bell Van Cleave Nickell Reed Anderson Burgener 

Rathbun Kratz Beal MacInnes Tanquary Ekblaw Smith Buyers Schaller 

Ekblaw Rietz Howe Taylor Iesse Woodrow Farwell Smith Roberts 



[354] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




GAMMA ALPHA 

Graduate Scientific Fraternity 
Cornell University, 1904 Colors— Gold and Black 

Active Chapters, 6 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
Established, 1909 



MEMBERS IN THE CITY 



Nelson William 



Hkf'furn 

C.AKL 



Stan TO x 



JAV 

Stevenson 



BoARDMAN Park 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



James Ehward Ackert 
Samuel Herbert Anderson 
Stuart Jeffkrv Bates 
James Edgar Bell 
Laurie Lorne Burgess 
William Wells Denton 
Stanley Prince Farwell 
Leonard Vaughn James 
Robert Wood Keeton 
Duncan Arthur MacInnes 
Hubert Leonard Olin 
Henry Lewis Rietz 
William Fred Schaller 
Louie Henrie Smith 
Maurice Cole Tanquary 
Harley Jones Van Cleave 

Karl John Theodore 



Arvid Robert Anderson 
Alonzo Plumstead Kratz 
George Denton Beal 
Archie Stanton Buyers 
Claude Emanuel Burgener 
Walter Elmer Ekblaw 
Paul Edward Howe 
Richard Henry Jesse, Jr. 
Philip Augustus Lehenbauer 
Lloyd Francis Nickell 
Chester Otis Reed 
Sidney Archie Rowland 
George McPhail Smith 
Ellis Bagley Stouffer 
Thomas Smith Taylor 
Jay Walter Woodrow 
Ekblaw 



ACTIVE CHAPTERS 

Cornell University 
Johns Hopkins University 
Dartmouth College 
University of Chicago 
University of Illinois 
University of Wisconsin 



[ 355] 




VNIVEF^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




MdRr.AN Taker Cutsrall Aldrich Kirchoff Maury Dokrr Fostkr 

Strkhi.ow Kkimf.rt Bf.rnard McIntyre Webb Kimball Caswell 

Grkcg Hobson MiTCHKLL Pfeffer Knowlton Wyman McGrew 



356] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




SCARAB 

Honorary Senior Arcliitciturul Society 
Established, igog 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



IIakkv Glenn Aldrich 
Leslie Crosby Bernard 
Percy Alexis Caswell 
Rudolph Walter Cutshall 
Harold Francis Doerr 
Strawn Aldrich Gay 
Richard Seaton Gregg 
Norman Thomas Hobson 
Roger Charles Kirchoff 
Philetus Clarke Knowlton, Jr. 
Rayburn Stokes Webb 



David Welty Larmer 
Lorenzo Amos Kimball 
Charles Fontaine Maury 
Charles Babcock McGrew 
George Edward McTntyre 
Joe Orlando Mitchell 
Harold Sylvester Peekkkr 
Robert Rutler Reimert 
Paul Valentine Strehlow 
Bayard Freeman Taber 

W^ALLACE WyMAN 



SENIOR MEMBERS 



Arthur James Bradley 
Frederick Edwin Berger 
William Henry Clare 
Harold Hamilton Crawford 
Herbert Ed\\'ard Foster 
Gaben A'anRknsselaer Glovd 
Charles LkRoy Gustafson 
John Paul Hanna 



George Edward Hinchliff 
Charles Abel Klooster 
Max Alfred Montgomery 
Lawrence Orville Stocker 
Harold Burton Stewart 
Charles Blakely Spencer 
Gregory Vigeant, Jr. 
George Ellery Wright 



PLEDGES 



Charles Leonard Morgan 



Harry Llewelley Foster 



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Scott Clark Sladek Major Morse Rich Graves Van Deusen 



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SCABBARD AND BLADE 

Honorary Military Fraternity 

Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 190s 

Active Companies, 6 

COMP.\\\' F 
Established, 1909 Colors — Red, White and Blue 

MEMBERS IX THE CITY 
Captain George Owen Cogswell Cai-tain Rov Newton Fargo 

MEMBERS IN FACULTY 

Major Benjamin Clarke Morse, U. S. A. 
First Sergeant Frederick Wii.i.iam Post, U. S. A. Retired 

Graduates 
Captain Joseph DorcLAS Hood Lieut. Coi.. Francis Marion Simpson 

Seniors 

Colonel Paul Kircher Captain Ross Darwin Ingalls 

Lieutenant Colonel Homer Boys Hall Captain Ralph Cleland Scott 

Major Lester Herbert Graves Captain Kenneth Bebb 

Major Arthur William Abbott Captain Archibald Beebe VanDeusen 

Captain Ernest Albert Rich Captain William Verity Ingram 

Captain Victor Robert Sladek Captain Louis Edwin Dallenbach 

Captain Edmund Gottlieb Hoeppner Captain Fred Earl Sweitzer 

Captain William Gladstone Clark Lieutenant Ellis J. Potter 

Lieutenant Harold Bennett Ingersoll 



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Warnock McConnell McLarty Herhkrt 
Fritchey Hinrichsen Zimmerman Baines Troui' 

Thompson Bauer Prickett Vear Girton Weber 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 



DELTA KAPPA CHI 

Honorary Commcrcuil Fraternity 
Established at University of Illinois, 1910 

ALPHA CHAPTER 
MEMBERS IX FACULTY 



David Kinley 

Nathan Austin Weston 



John Christie Duncan 
Maurice Hfxrv Robinson 



MEMBERS IX UXIVERSITY 



Seniors 



Walter Harry Weber 
Alva T.eRov Prickktt 
Harold Harvey Herbert 
Oscar Roland Baines 
Charles Edwin Vear 
Georce John Zimmerman- 



Theodore Augustus Fritchey 
Harwell Cloud Thompson 
Henry Elisha Gaddis 



Juniors 



Ray Clark McLarty 
Dklhert Geor<;e Girton 
Franklin William Bauer 
Isidore Max Shapiro 
Charles Howard Warnock 
Andrew Henry McConnell 



Harold Joseph Troup 
Fred Albert Hinrichsen 
Arthur Hook Ogle 



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Thompson Armstrong Belting L.McHarry Smith Hornor Mounce Kendai.i. 
ToHiLL Sinclair Dillon Mitchell Taylor Olson Sutherland VanCleave Littler 
Denton Burns L.VanCleve Myers Rust Taggart E.VanCleve Harrison 
Hanford Holley Vantrin J.McHarry Burgener McConneli. Voight Gourley Hobart 



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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




KAPPA DELTA PI 

Honorary Educational Fraternity 
University of Illinois, 1911 

ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established March H, 1911 



W. C. Bagley 

S. S. COLVIN 

L. F. Anderson 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



L. D. CoFFMAN 

F. G. Blair 

A. H. SlTHKRI-AND 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



J. O. Huff 
D. T. Howard 
O. H. Smith 
W. S. Miller 
W. W. Denton 
c. e. burgener 
Sherman Littler 
Irma E. Voight 
MiNA Van Cleave 



Graduates 



NL^RGARET VV" 



C. VV. Ross 
Rltch Burns 
W. H. Taylor 
S. J. Bates 
H. O. Rugg 
M. W. Thompson 
Jessie McHarry 
LoRA A. Henion 
E. E. Van Cleve 
Taggart 



Seniors 



P. E. Belting 
C. M. Hobart 

L. A. TOHILL 

A. C. Hanford 
George Mounce 
Bernice Harrison 
LiESETTE McHarry 
Eva Mitchell 
Florence Olson 
Lillian Van Cleve 
Grace Rust 



Juniors 
Jacob Meyers 



L. H. Gourley 
c. e. holley 
G. B. Kendall 
C. C. Dillon 
W. R. McConnell 
Nellie Hornor 
Madel Miller 
Louise Armstrong 
Clara Sinclair 
Minnie Vantrin 
Byne F. Goodman 



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McLarty Hkubkkt Fischer Dean 



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SIGMA DELTA CHI 

Honorary Journalistic Fraternity 

Founded at DeFauw University, 1909 

Active Chaptkks, 12 

LAMBDA CHAPTER 
Established Afril /j, 1912 Colors — Black and White 

F RATER I.\ FACULTATE 
Fraxkj.ix W ii.i.ia.m Scott, A.jNI. 

FRATRES IN UNIJ'ERSITATE 

Seniors 

Frank Clifford Dean Rav Clark McLartv 

Chester Owen Flscher Joseph Allan Nevins 

Harold Harvev Herbert Carl Stephens 

Juniors 
Casstus Bannister Conrad Arthur Hook Ogle 



[365] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



SIGMA MU RHO 



Honorary Medical Fraternity 
Founded, University of Illinois, 1910 Colors — Black and White 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Dr. Frederick W. Carpenter 
Dr. Frank C. Becht 



W. H. WOOLSTON 

M. K. Miller 



N. C. Ice 



J. N. Hoffman 
H. W. Benjamin 



Dr. Phillip B. Hawk 
Mr. Robert W. Keeton 
Dr. Otis O. Stanley 



ACTH'E MEMBERS 
Seniors 



S. R. Powers 
Juniors 

H. M. Goodyear 
Sophomores 

E. A. DoiSY 



L. F. Bowman 

H. A. FiSHBACK 



R. W. Hardinger 



C. D. SWICKARD 

O. J. Elsesser 




Benjamin Ice Goodvkak 

Powers Hardinger Elsesser Mii.i.ek 

Bowman Swickard Doisy Hoffman 

WooLSTON Stanley Becht Carpenter 



[366I 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




THE ORDER OF THE COIF 

National Honorary Legal Fraternity 

(Formerly Theta Kappa Xu) 

Established, 1902 Colors — Maroon and Black 

Active Chapters, 9 

ILLIN'OIS CHAPTER 
Reorganized, igi2 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 



University of Illinois 
University of Nebraska 
University of Missouri 
Una'ERSity of Michigan 



University of Virginia 
University of Chicago 
University of Wisconsin 
University of Iowa 



Northwestern University 



MEMBERS IX FACT LTV 

Frederick Green, A.M., LL.B. I. Mai hue WOkmskr. A.R., LL.B. 

Oliver Albert Harker, A.M. Ehwaku Harris Decker, LL.B. 

Roger Frank Little, A.B., LL.B. Chester Garfield Vernier, Ph.B. 

John Norton Pomkrov. A.M., LL.B. 



MEMBERS IX UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 



De Witt Billman 
Edward Louis Eagle 



Charles Wham 
Wilfred Moran Doherty 




Billman 



Eagle 



Doherty 



Wham 



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Van Gundy Springe 
Hedman Wharnock 

Stephens Wham McLarty Keithley 

Champion Simons Hali, Ramey Worsham 

Foster Brauley Fischer Blaisueli. Sullivan Herbert 

4 



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SHIELD AiND TRIDENT 



Honorary Senior Society 



Established, 1893 



Colors — Orange and Blue 



RESIDEXT MEMBERS 



E. I. Burke 




J. W . BUZICK 


G. D. BUTZER 




A. E. Campbell 


Wirt Herrick 




P. J. Graham 


T. E. Thompson 




W. B. Riley 


L. U. EVERHARDT 




C. C. WlLMORE 


T. W. Samuels 




E. G. Brands 




f/lCULTi 


' MEMBERS 


T. A. Clark 




D. H. Carnahan 


J. M. LlNDC.REN 




W. E. Ekblaw 


F. W. Scott 




0. A. Leutwiler 


R. F. Little 




F. ^f. Simpson 




A. R. 


W arnock 




/icriiE 


MEMBERS 


E. B. Blaisdell 




G. E. Keithley 


C. 0. Fischer 




C. L. Simons 


H. R. Hedman 




C. M. Sullivan 


H. H. Herbert 




C. Van Gundy 


Carl Stephens 




E. V. Champion 


Charles Wham 




Otto Springe 


W. B. Worsham 




C. H. W arnock 


E. P. Bradley 




G. E. Ramey 


H. E. Foster 




Ray C. McLarty 



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ViGEANT Bauer Davis Leo Belting Woolston 

Graves C.S.Roberts Murphy Stevenson Scott 

Seiler Merriman C.C. Roberts Oliver Thomas Weber 



[370] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




PHENIX 

Honorary Senior Society 
Established, 1906 



Fred W. Bauer 
Chester W. Davis 
Herbert T. Leo 
Frank D. Murphy 
Charles S. Roberts 
Otto E. Seiler 
Raymond R. Thomas 
W. Harry Weber 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Henry F. Belting 
Lester H. Graves 
John R. Merriman 
Chauncey B. Oliver 
Ralph C. Scott 
James V. Stevenson 
Gregory Vigeant 
William H. Woolston 
Chester C. Roberts 



[371] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Wilson P.S. Hanna McCunk 
Barnard Chami'Ion Burke Dunn Woods Levis 

I'FEFFER Hull C.S. Roberts Simons Kailer Woolston Byron 
Raihbun Morris Gustafson J. P. IIanna Ramey C.C.Roberts Hall 



[372] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




YOXAN 

Established, J903 
Senior and Junior Interfratcrnity Society 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Delta Tail Delta 
G. E. Ramey 
A. L. Hall 
H. S. Pfeffer 

Kappa Sigma 

C. O. Fischer 
R. C. Harris 

Phi Delta Theta 

W. H. WOOLSTON 

A. M. Morris 
A. E. Rathbun 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

G. V. R. Gloyd 

F. S. Kailer 

Beta Theta Pi 

G. E. Keithley 
T. E. Thompson 
L. A. Byron 

C. M. Plochman 

Theta Delta Chi 
C. L. Simons 

C. L. GUSTAFSON 



Sigma Chi 

C. B. Spencer 
W. E. Levis 
J. M. McCuNE 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
W. A. Barnard 
G. E. Wood 
G. G. GoLL 

Alpha Tau Omega 

H. S. Wilson 
Tom Dunn 

S. L. POGUE 

Zeta Psi 

W. H. Hull 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 
C. C. Roberts 
C. S. Roberts 

Phi Kappa Psi 
]. P. Hanna 
E. V. Champion 
P. S. Hanna 

Sigma Nu 

J. A. Miller 



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W.Hkaly Ade Thomas Pitts F.Healy Hill Newell 

Simpson Richmond Kern Fielder Bennett Richardson Mathews 
Tucker Munsell Chase Claflin Remmel Belnap Jardine Cooper 

Pierce Meyers Delano Wansbrough Poston Pope Haynes 



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HELMET 



Established, igoy 



Colors — Blue and White 



ACTIl'E MEMBERS 



Delta Tau Delta 

Fred Albert Healy 
William Percy' Munsell 

Sigma Chi 

John Otis Ade 

Fix)Yr) Emmerson Poston 

Phi Delta Theta 

Lawrence Arthur Pope 
Ralph Oscar Yeacer 

Phi Gamma Delta 

John Joseph Pitts 
Cedric Harlan Pierce 

Beta Theta Pi 

Lowell Davison Kern 
John Henry Delano 

Phi Kappa Upsilon 

Wellington Carleton Healy 
George Kerns Richmond 

Delta Upsilon 

Chauncey Stevens Hill 
Raymond Ross Jardine 

Zeta Psi 

Steven Thurston Claflin 
William Browing Tucker 



Kappa Sigma 

Dean Chase 

Paul Archibold Remmel 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Lucia N McCord Simpson 
NuEL Dinsmore Belnap 

Alpha Tau Omega 

John Edgar Wansbrough 
Robert Elwell Thomas 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Lloyd Adair Potch 

Howard Alexander Mathews 

Sigma Nu 

Henry Holsburg Haynes 
Roy Hamilton Miers 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

William Harrison Bennett 
Kenneth Lupton Cooper 

Theta Delta Chi 

George Dodds Newall 
Charles Richardson 

Psi Upsilon 

Harold Hunt Egan 
William Fuller Fielder 



[375] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



PHI BETA KAPPA 

Honorary Literary Society 

Founded at William and Mary College, Ijj6 

Active Chapters, 71 

GAMMA OF ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
Established Xoveniber 11, igoj 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 



D. H. Carnahan 
T. A. Clark 
Charlotte M. Gibbs 

E. H. Waldo 



F. H. Adler 

Mrs. D. O. Barto 

H. J. Barton 

VV. S. Bagley 

D. S. Blondheim 

Mrs. B. H. Bode 

Elizabeth Brush 

S. J. Buck 

Ruth Burns 

H. V. Canter 

D. H. Carnahan 

George Chapin 

Lucy Chapin 

Mrs. T. a. Clark 

T. A. Clark 

Amy Coffeen 

W. W. Denton 

F. K. W. Drury 

J. A. Fairlie 

Mrs. Mary E. Fawcett 

J. D. Fitz-Gerald 

S. A. Forres f Honorary) 

Charlotte M. Gibbs 

Nellie M. Gleason 

p. s. goulding 

Cora E. Gray 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

E. B. Greene 
Alt A Gwinn 
Mrs. U. W. Hepburn 
Margaret Hutchins 
E. L. James 
Florence N. Jones 
Ruth Kelso 
David Kinley 

E. A. T. KiRCHER 

Mabel Knight 
Martha J. Kyle 
G. B. Lear 
Jessie McHarry 
Eva McIntyre 
Nellie McWilliams 
G. H. Meyer 
Lloyd Morey 
C. M. Moss 
E. E. Noerenberg 

W. A. NOYES 

W. A. Oldfather 
T. E. Oliver 
A. S. Pease 
Mrs. Anna Palmer 

W. L. PiLLSBURY 

Monbcrs front the Class of igi2 



Mrs. C. M. Poor 
C. M. Poor 
H. L. Rietz 
W. H. Robinson 
Manfred Savage 
Mrs. E. C. Schmidt 
Mrs. F. W. Scott 
F. W. Scott 
Mrs. Nellie B. Sears 
J. B. Shaw 
Keturah Sim 
Frances Simpson 
T. S. Taylor 
R. E. Tietje 
A. R. Vail 
E. H. Waldo 
A. R. Warnock 
Mrs. N. a. Wells 
Anna W. Williams 
C. A. Williams 
Mary E. Williams 
Mrs. p. E. Windsor 
M. F. Woods 
Pauline Worster 
Jacob Zeitlin 
Charles Zeleny 



Louise K. Goebel 



A. C. Hanford 



F. B. Leonard, Jr. 



O. R. Baines 
Paul Belting 
Clara Eckhardt 
Laitra Fisher 
Byrne Goodman 
Louis Gourley 
H. H. Herbert 



H. C. Thompson 
Louis Allen 



Members-Elect from the Class of igi2 

I-'kaxces Kirkwood 
Nelle McClurg 
^L\HEL Miller 
.Ai.i.EN J. Nevins 
Im.orence a. Olson 
F'earl Roi-r 
Louis A. Toiull 
Gfjorge Zimmerman 

Members-Elect from the Class of ic^is 

Jessie Fay Miller 
Edith Sendenburg 

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THE SCRIBBLERS' CLUB 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Alice Thayer President C. Stephens 

C. Stephens Vice-President Gertrude Fleminc 

Gertrude Fleming Secretary Lucile Needham 

H. B. Parker . . . . . . . Treasurer A. E. Holch 

MEMBERS IN FACULTY 

K. T. J. EkBLAW I. W. DlCKERSON 

R. E. TiETjE \\ . E. Ekblaw 

MEMBERS I.\ UXn'ERSITV 

Seniors 

Alice Thayer C. K. White 

J. A. Nevins H. Hall 

C. Stephens H. H. Herbert 

Gertrude Fleming F. C. Dean 
!. R. H. Baines 

Juniors 

Margaret Dupuy M. F. Oehmke 

L. E. Frailey C. W. White 

Ethel Salisbury A. E. Holch 

H. A. Gate 

Sophomores 

H. B. Parker Carrie Herdman 

Laura W'hitmire Katherine Chase 

Rae Goldman 

Freshmen 

Lucile Needham Alice Moss 




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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




GIRL'S PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION 



1911-1912 
Organized May i. igii 



OFFICERS 



Ida B. Dewey . 
Pearl \o\.\ Ropp 



President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Kappa Alpha Tlieta 

Mayme Anna Baldwin 
Margaret Lawyer 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Josephine Perry 
Alice Redhed 

Chi Omega 

Pearl H. Goben 
Marguerite Dodds 

Sigma Kappa 

Amelia L. Gay 
Irene B. Wheeler 



Pi Beta Phi 

Lillian G. Noth 
Katherine Laxton 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Louise G. Armstrong 
Ida Mae Shot well 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Ruth L. Whittaker 
Mary Marjorie Elliot 

Delta Gamma 

Ida B. Dewey 
Julia A. Harper 



Alpha Omicron Pi 

Pearl Iola Ropp 
Etta M. Lantz 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Planek Sawyer Bull Km idle Costello Denney Bullard Baldwin Harris 
Cassingham Copley Woodman Mather Porter Jones Sackett Holland 
Spencer Link Kinc; Willkrton Gruner Overland Covey Zilly Percival 




[380] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



DePaiiw University, 1870 
Active Chapters, 3;^ 



Colors 



Alumni Chapters, 24 



DRLTA CHAPTER 
Established October j. 189^ 

SORORES L\ FACrLTATE 



Mary Eliza Fawcett, A.M. 
Margaret Xiver 



Mary Torenxe, A.B. 
IsABix Jones, A.B. 



SORORES IX UNIVERSITATE 

Graduates 

Josephine Sackett, A.B. Sabre Stevens, A.B. 

Xell Holland, A.B. 

Seniors 

Mav.me Anna Baldwin .Amy ]\Iarie Overland 

Lillian Riudle 



Juniors 



Fay W'illerton 
Geraldine Bullard 
Marian Louise Percival 
Cornelia Grace Mather 



Arete Caroline Covey 
Margerite Costello 
Margaret Sawyer 
Catherine Plank 



Beatrice Copley 
Helah Jane Link 



Maude Bull 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Pledges 



Florence King 
Agnes Nelle Porter 
Agnes Elizabeth Zilly 
Florence Adelaide Cassingham 



Irma Gruner 
Jean Gurnsey 
ALargaret Harris 
Mary Ethel Spencer 



Helen Denney 
Winifred Jones 



JuANiTA Richardson 



[381] 




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NoTH Saxton Eberhart Boyd Morse Harnsberger 

Webber Turrell Lackland Keen F.Royer Huff Freeman 

OsMAN James Gemmill Steele Timmis Molt H. Rover Wilson 




[382] 



Monmouth College, 1867 



PI BETA PHI 

Active Chapters, 43 

ILLINOIS ZETA CHAPTER 
Established October, iSg^ 



Colors 





SORORES /.V 


rRBE 


Mrs. a. L. Stern- 




Mrs. G. a. Huff 


Mrs. E. S. S\vu;.\RT 




Mrs. George Fairclo 


Mrs. a. W. Stollm.\n 




Mrs. Bern re Weaver 


Mrs. D. C. Morissev, Jr. 




Kate B. Mann 


Katherine Doyle 




Mrs. Frank Scott 


Margaret Wood 




SURALE MOUIER 


Nelle Signor 




Ruth Signor 


Vera Turrell 




Inez Turrell 



Hazel Ckaig 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Senior 
Lii.i.iAX G. Xoth 



Helen Hough 
Francis Boyd 
Myra V. Ererhart 
Alice M. Timms 



Katherine Saxtox 
Jessie ^Iorse 



Louise Ossman 
Josephine Gem mill 
Nflle Ruth Wilson 



Juniors 

MaKIL i-KKK.M.VN 

Lottie Steele 
Margaret Lackland 
Florence Adams Rover 

Sophomores 

Phebe E. James 
Margaret E. Molt 
Margaret J. Webber 

Freshmen 

Melissa Turrell 
Gertrude Harnsbarger 
Francis F"ord Keen 
Helen Adams Royer 



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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Pekry Wright Kellogg Abbott B.Knowlton Fairchild Rutherford M.Herdman Huntoon 
Strong Gates Taggart G.Dupuy M.Knowlton C.Hkrdman Halliwell Felmley McIntyre 
Hall Boyers Alband Baines Bruner Armstrong Redhed Noyes M.Dui'UY 




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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



Founded at Monmouth College, 18/O 
AcTivK Chapters, 36 



Colors — Dark Blue and Light Blue 
Alumnae Chapters, 19 



BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 
Established April 28, 1899 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. a. F. Fay 
Mrs. D. C. Bagley 
Mrs. O. S. Watkins 
Mrs. G. S. Mason 
r. k. morlev 
Jennie Craig 
Elizabeth Cass 
Elizabeth Park 



Mrs. Frank Smith 
Mrs. C. D. Gulick 
Mrs. a. p. 
Mrs. F. M. 



Carman 

Man.n- 
Mrs. G. a. Shook 
Mrs. Raymond Blatchley 
Eva Lyle McIxtvre 
Mary Bengal 



SORORES IX F ACULEATE 



Francis Simpson, B.L.S. 
Charlotte Mitchell Gibbs, M..A. 



.\i.NA Belle Crigler, B.S. 
Margaret Wallace Taggart, M.A. 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Graduates 



Margaret Herdman 



Margaret Di'puy 



Helen .Abbott 
Alice Redhed 
Betty Boyers 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Fanny Anna Noyes 



Geneva Huntoon 



Josephine Perry 
Mabel McIntyre 
Mildred Helen Felmley 
Lillian May .Alband 



Sophomores 



Elizabeth Knowlton 
Bernice Wright 
Miriam Knowlton 
La Della Strong 
Alice Elizabeth Baines 



Eugenia Rutherford 
Helen Fairfield 
Carrie Belle Herdman 
Jessie Fay Armstrong 
Leonora Bruner 



Freshmen 



Genevieve Dupuy 
Harriet Elizabeth Gates 



Pauline HALLivk^ELL 
Amelia Lucinda Kellogg 



Florence Ella Hall 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




BasEY Armstrong Shotweli. Hudson Morrison Jayne Stevens Scott 

BcjYD Bacon Morgan Barker Dennis Kirkwood Godard 

BusEY Knox June Ripley Barrick Chipps McNees Quinn 




[386] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 



Founded at DePauw University, 18S3 
Active Chapters, 19 



Colors — Scarlet and Olive 
Alumnae Chapters, 7 



IOTA CHAPTER 
Established December 8, iSgg 



Mabel Chester 

\ ON DAS WoLCOTT 

Elsie Patton 
Grace Morgan 
Mary Goss 
Irene Burkil 
Clara Gere Huckins 
Eva Robinette Huss 
Eunice Dean Daniels 



SORORRS IX VRBE 

Helen Bryan 
(ii.Ai)YS Stevens 
Carrie Patton 
Mabel Haines 
Frances Bisey 
Elizabeth Bryan 
Kate Xeal Kinley 
Emma Ql'inley Fuller 
Jessie Freeman Campbell 
Bess Stevenson Taylor 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 



Florence Kirkip 
Mrs. Anna Palmer 



Bess Bryan 
Olya Wyeth 



Alta Chipps 



Grace Bacon 
W'lLLA Morrison 



Jean Ripley 
Xelle Barrick 



Gladys Hudson 
Mabel Dennis 
Xora Busey 
Ejith Boyd 
Francis McXees 



SORORES IX UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Louise Armstrong 



Frances Kirkwood 
Juniors 



Elsie Patton 
Sophomores 

Freshmen 



Marjorie Busey 



Gladys Stevens 
Bernice Quinn 



Grace Morgan 
Ida Shotwell 



LoRAiNE Scott 
Otela Knox 
Hazel Godard 
Eleanor Jayne 
Josephine Busey 



Familiarity breeds contempt — IT B <I> and K Z 

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Warinner Talbot Goben Robinson Wright Robbins 

Hewitt Rinaker Glover Kendall Voss Dietzer Lindberg 

Johnston A.Landee Dobson Dodds Clegg Lancaster M.Landee Kirkvatrick 




The tall man with a short voice — Al Little, S X 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




CHI OMEGA 

Founded at I'lihrrsity of Arkansas, 1S95 
Active Chapters, 26 Alumnae Chapters, 22 

OMICRON CHAPTER 
Established, June, 1900 Colors — Cardinal and Straw 



SORORES IN URBE 

Mary Haines Emma Alberta Clark 

Bertha Harper Ckktritik Jamison Gonnerman 

Matilda Voss Marv Ritchie Xelson 

Fanny DeWolfe Alice Mead Rich 

Mamie Kegley Bertha Jones 

Linnie H. Glover Hazel Shaw 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Hakkikt Rinaker, A.m. Marion Landee 

SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Graduates 
Clariss.\ Rinaker Queen Shepherd 

Seniors 
Pearl Hazelitt Goben Mildked Vir<;inia Talbot 

Ruth Marie Rebecca Lindberc, 

Juniors 

Mary Durkes Hewitt Elizabeth Voss 

Florence Eleanor Robinson Edna Darrow 

Florence Ruby Johnston 

Sophoviores 

Marie Makuuerite Dodds Dorothy IIol.mes Glover 

Minnie Roberta Wright Mary Helen Dobson 

Nell Ruth Kirkpatrick Isabel Clegg 

Freshmen 
Dorothy Sue Rinaker Ruth Ellen Lancaster 

Florence Frances Kendall Mabel Straube Warinner 

Alice Margaret Dietzer Anna Irene Landee 

Ruth Robbins 



/ zvas a O A X first — George Newell 
[389] 



VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Barnes Whitaker Nagel McGill Holson Ranson Raymond 
R.P'iEi.niNG A.Fisher Goodman E.Fisher Bernhardt M. Fielding Rietz Elliott 
Kadmore Jenner Messner LaFrenz Wikoff Eckhardt Oliver Dedrick Righter 




Which causes "Jl'in" the inost trouble, Cupid or Pysche? 

[390] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 



ALPHA XI DELTA 

Founded at Lombard College. Galesburg, iSqs Colors — Liglit and Dark Blue and Gold 

Active Chapters, i6 Alumnae Chapters, 6 

KAPPA CHAPTER 
Established December 75, 1903 

SORORES IN URBE 

Madeline Dryer Winifred Campbell 

Mrs. Frank Patterson 

SORORES IS UNII'ERSITATE 

Seniors 
Eva Ames Dedrick Xellk Melissa Rietz 

Louise May Jenner Clara Mary Eckhardt 
Ruth Lincoln Whitaker Bvne Frances Goodman 

Elizabeth Roberts McGill 

Juniors 
Ethel Alice Raxson Eva Josephine Fisher 

Minna Luella Wikoff Nellie Pauline Righter 

Sophomores 

Olive Pearl Messner Abigail Eliza Fisher 

Mary Marjory Elliott Marie Arnold Oliver 

Marcella Elizabeth Nagel Elada Blake Radmore 

Nell Josephine Hedrick Mabel Fielding 

Nelle Barnes 

Fresh)nen 

Reva Jaxe Raymond Ruth Cleveland Fielding 

Juanita Isabelle Hobson Pearl Marie Bernhardt 

Grace Ethridge La Frenz 

Little maid, pretty maid, zi'hither goest thou? 
Down to Dean Fawcett's to make my bow. 
Shall I go zvith thee, no do not now. 
Wait for my whistle, then come on thou. 



[391 ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




L.Tritt Wintermeyer F.Tritt Denny Schaller Chase C.Brooks Hansen Powell 
E. Miles R. Miles Brayton Voigt Williamson Wheeler Armington Acer 
Gay Dawson Clausen Hatton Righter F.Brooks Dykeman Ross McClintock 




"The tallest man in the country, they say, lives in Jo Davies county — ' 
"Any relation to Doc — Prof. Greene. 

[392] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




SIGMA KAPPA 



Founded at Colby College, 1874 
Active Chapters, ii Alumnae Chapters, 10 



THETA CHAPTER 



Established February 23, igo6 



Colors — Maroon and Latender 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. J. B. Keusixk 
Loretta May Buchanax 



Mrs. J. B. Parks 
Effie LiTY Bauer 



SORORES AV FACULTATE 
Josephine Batchellor Houchens, A.B., B.S. 

SORORES IN UNIl'ERSITATE 

Graduate 
Irma E. Voight 



Amelia Gay 



Irene B. Wheeler 
Maud A. Denny 



Katharine E. Aces 
Emma E. Shaller 
Audrey Dykeman 
Mabel Hansen 
Louise Ross 



Helen M. Dawson 
Dorothy M. Armington 
Pearl G. Righter 
Eunice Miles 



Seniors 

Clara M. Brooks 

Juniors 



Gladys L. Straight 



Margaret C. McClintock 
Els a W i n tkr .m e yer 



Belle Williamson 
Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Katherine T. Chase 
Dorothy M. Brayton 
Bern ice A. Powell 
Elizabeth J. Clausen 
P'anny M. Brooks 



Frances I. Tritt 
Lucile Tritt 
Marcia B. Hatton 
Rae Miles 



There Zi'as a young Kappa of John St. 
Whose toilet was far from complete 
She dressed in a sack, spickle-speckled zcitli black. 
That ombliferous Kappa of John St. 

[393] 




VNIYEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Leach I.Dewev Leonard Aleshire E.Gvvinn Bicknell SpRAGirE Casey 
Murray P.Dewey Dorner Moore Johns Littlejohn Richards Brooks Lindsey 
Struhsacker Hoover Gere Harper Cooper Hinshaw Edgerton Smith 




Love, if it a U'eakness be, is the weakness of great souls — "Hub" Dooley 

[394] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




DELTA GAMMA 

Founded at University of Mississippi, 1873 
Active Chapters, 22 Alimxae Chapters, 19 



Established May 12, igo6 



IOTA CHAPTER 



Colors — Bronze, Pink and Blue 



Mrs. William Jaeger 
Mrs. Joel Stebbins 
Mrs. Sleeter Bull 
Miss Ellen Murray 
Miss Ethel Gwinn 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. Georce T. Flom 
Mrs. Phillip VVegeng 
Miss Mabel Ricketts 
Miss Avis Gwinn 
Miss Jessie McRobie 



SORORES IX FACi'LTATE 
Elizabeth Par.nha.m Brush, A.B. Alta Gwix.v, .\..\1. 



Lulu Leah Littlejohn 



Fay Helen Bic knell 
Ida Belle Dewey 
Julia Alberta Harper 
Marg.^ret Le.\ch 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Juniors 



Ruth Leonard 



Ruby Frances Moore 

Sylvia Casey 

Edith Gwinn 

Elizabeth Hazel Hinshaw 



Sarah Louise Aleshire 
Vivian Persis Dewey 
Isabel Hoover 



Nell Mabel Lindsey 
Sophomores 



Verna May Cooper 



Dorothy Alice Dorner 



Elizabeth Elsie Sprague 

Freshmen 

Pauline Wilson Edgerton 

Fledges 



Helen Beatrice Gere 
Dorette Thayer John 
Florence Mildred Smith 



^I.argarette Blanche Murray 



Margaret Vater 



Irene Alice Struhsacker 



]Vhy so he does 

Don't fret at that 

How would he look 

If he were fat:-' — Hadi.ey. 6 A X 

[ 395 ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Ai.KiKE Hash Lantz Ducommun Davison 

HOFFERT ErSKINE WiI.LS HUNTER DOWNING SaMI'SON 

Poi.i.ARD Jackson Nierstheimer Wallace Watts Rapp Whitney 




Mother, mother, see the couple. 
How they lean and how they sigh, 
Hush my child 'tis only Peggy, 
And her Theia Delta Chi. 

[396] 



ALPHA OMICROX PI 



Founded at Barnard College, Xen' York. iSg' 
AcTiVK Chapters, 14 



Colo r — Ca rdinal 
Allmnai: Chapters, 6 



IOTA CHAPTKR 
Established February 2j , igii 



SORORES IX I RBE 



Ada Paisley 
Annette Stephens 



Mrs. Fred Ebert 
Elizabeth Nuckolls 



SORORES IX FACULTATE 
Lora Atkins Hexidx. A.M. 



SORORES IN UXIl'ERSITATE 

Graduate 

Inez Aletea Dowxixg 

Seniors 

Susan Alice Hash Pearl Iola Ropp 

Hazel Ellen Alkire Nelle Tanner Erskine 

Louise Minnie Xierstheimer 

Juniors 

Mable Clare Wallace Rlth Leoxe Davison 

Helen Woodrow Whitney 



Etta Mable Lantz 



Ethel Watts 
Lottie Emily Pollard 
Inez Estelle Sampsox 



Sophomores 

Mary Etta Wills 
Edna Oral Hunter 



Freshmen 



Nina Ducommun 
Mabel Claire Jackson 
Anna Cathryn Hoffert 



f inr 



397] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Dli Bois AxEi.soN Hill Thayer 

Mykrs Benson Erickson Consoer Bond 




'The Lord made the little green apples and then produced ine zvhile he wos resting" — 

Harry Greenfield. 

[398] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRJEEN ILL! 




ALPHA DELTA PHI 

Founded at U'esleyan College, 1851 
Active Chapters, 14 



SIG^L\ LliAPTKR 
Established March JiS. igi2 Colors— Pale Blue and ll'hite 

SORORES IX UXIVERSITATE 
Seniors 
Augusta Eleanor Bond Alick Cary Thayer 

Juniors 
^Ieta Coxsoer Julia Kl Louise Crikson 

Sophomores 

Lois Pope Benson Alice Grace Axelson 

Sarah Helen Myers Mar(;aret Dorothy Hill 

Freshmen 
Martha Harriet DuBois 



Dobby Froyd {after sitting out three dances in utter silence, with Miss Cooper at soph- 
omore cotillion) "Talk to me, Bad Eyes." 

[399] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Ml )ss 
Hehk 
IJaxikr 



Jones King Barrv Theilen Rothgeb Robinson 

Keefer G.Bane J. Bane Carter Hoskins Hanes Coe 

Supple Savage Elliott Brownfield Latzer Harbarger 










A". L. Lowry — "ll'hcn a man imikcs a contract he is supposed to be cool and knoiv what lie 

is doing." 
Prof. Vernier (lazi') — "flozi' about a inarriar/c contract?" 

(400] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEENILU 




PHI BETA 

Established, IQ09 Colors — Golden Brown and White 

RESIDRXT MEMBERS 
Francis Bostwick Leonard, A.B. Xina Vivian Gresham, A.M. 

MEMBERS IX EACIETY 
Florence Xichtingale Tones Sada Annis Harbarger 

MEMBERS l\ IWU'ERSny 
Graduates 

PYORENCE GaBRIKLI.E HaXTKR LkI.AH P.KOWNFIII.D. A.B. 

Seniors 

Geneva Mae Bane Juliet Lita Bam: 

Mabel Florence Bebb Edna May Hoskins 

Mary Coruelia Barry Anna Belle Robinson 

Juniors 

Lillian ^L\Y King Ruth Faruell Keeper 

Gertruue Louise Elliott Lillian Waters Savage 

Margaret Katherine Theilen 

Sophomores 

Helen Leigh Hanes Ruth Alice Moss 

Irma AnA Latzer Jessie Blanche Rothgeb 

Freshmen 

Alice Carter Helen Louise Coe 

WiNNiKREii May SurPLE 



Law Prof. — "Kessler, give an example showing where an injury will not justify a right of 

action." 
Kessler — "Well there is one case where the son of a mother " 

[401 ] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Hermione Undine Lorelei Clotho Pandora Harmonica Minerva Venus 
Clio Daphne Charybdis Diana Juno Eckhardt Scylla Proserpine Cassandra Aphrodite 
Hersman Barry Flf.minc. Armstrong Leonard Overland Love Seyster Noth Gay Hunt 



'Fraternity jcTi'elry is hardly Icitni^ii in Alpha Delta Phi" — Porterfield 

[ 40-' 1 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




PHI DELTA PSI 

Senior-Junior Honorary Society 
Established, 1900 



ACT I IE MEMBERS 
Seniors 



Mary Cordelia Barry 
Claka Makv Eckhakdt 
Amelia Louise Gay 
Gertrude Wallace Fleming 
Pearl Hazelitt Goben 
Lillian Genevieve Noth 
Louise Kathkvn Goebel 



Ada Ellen Hunt 
Bessie Edna Hersman 
Ruth Leonard 
Mary Elizabeth Love 
Louise Christabel Armstrong 
Amy Marie Overland 
Mildred Clayton Sevster 



Juniors 



Venus 

Cassandra 

Clio 

Minerva 

Diana 

Undine 

Clotho 

Pandora 

Lorelei 



Proserpine 

Juno 

Hebe 

Scylla 

Charybdis 

Daphne 

Aphrodite 

Hekmioxe 

Harmonica 



Patronize our advertisers. 
[403] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



ACHOTH 

Eastern Star 

Founded at the University of Nebraska, igog 

Active Chapters, 3 



GIMEL CHAPTER 



Established, igii 



Colors — Blue and White 



SORORES IN URBE 
Nelle Edith Tilton Pearl Webber 

SOROR IX FACULTATE 
Frances M. Feixd 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Graduates 

Catherine Jensen 
Anna Waller Williams 



Irma E. V'oight 



Josephine Happer 



Olga F. Moser 
Jesse F'ay Miller 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Amy Irwin Hampton 



Carrie May Pervier 
Mallie Leona Davis 



Soplunuorcs 

Lois Cope Benson Pauline Carrier 

Jean Aldrich Booker Blanche Smith 

Special — Fannie Brooks 




Davis Moser Carrier Smuii Millkk I'erviek Webber 

Brooks Jensen Voioht Hai'I'kk Hamtton Benson 



[404! 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




YO MA 

Sophomore Intersorority Society 
Established 1907 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Kapfa Alpha Theta 

Miriam Samter 
Margaret Sawyer 
Catherine Planxk 

Kappa Kapppa Gamuia 

Helen Abbott 
Fay Armstrong 
Elizabeth Baines 
Carrie Herdman 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Pal'line Righter 
^Iarjorie Elliott 
Abigail Fisher 

Sifpiia Kappa 

Katherine Chase 
Katherine Acer 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Mary Wills 



Pi Beta Phi 

Florence Royer 
Katherine Saxton 
Jessie Morse 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Grace Bacon 

Ida Mae Shotvvell 

Jean Ripley 

Chi Omega 

Ruth Lindberg 
Marguerite Dodds 
Roberta W'kicht 

Delta Gamma 

Avis Gvvinn 
Helen Bicknell 
Louise Aleshire 
Helen Gere 




Wills Aleshire Acer Planck Wright Morse Fisher 

Ripley Baines Chase Herdman Samter Elliott Saxton Sawyer 

Armstrong Bacon Royer Abbott Righter Linuberg Bicknell 



He (devoutly) — The eye is the window of the soul. 

She (disgusted) — Ves and the mouth is the subway of the face. 

[405] 





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Fort Andrews Hay Gii-more Hersman Seed Gilkerson 

Fritchey Murray McKnight Scott Douglas Colvin Ainsworth 



''When ah wttc in college" — "Buck" Ramsey 
[408] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

Ralph C. Scott, '12 President 

\V. W. AiNSWORTH, '12 I'ice-Presideiit 

I'kofessor I. O. Baker Treasurer 

\\ n.LiAM A. McKnight, '04 General Secretary 

Lloyd C. Douglas Religious Work Secretary 

L. Cloyd Murray -Issistant Secretary 



COiWCIL 

L. M. Fort, "13 Bible Studv 

H. T. Leo, '12^ Membership 

A. R. MoNTAcrE, '13 Meetings 

W. W. AixswoRTH, '12 Social 

C. E. Day, '13 Missionary 

D. R. HrLL. '13 Extension 



COMMITTEE CtlAIRMEN 



G. 


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Warren, '12 


.T. 


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Hunter, '13 . 


P. 


B. 


Fritchey. '12 


P. 


H. 


McKee, "12 . 


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Gilmore, '12 


H. 


C. 


Gilkerson, '13 


C. 


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Hay, '13 . 


Carl 


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Champaign Bible Study 

L'rbana Bible Study 

Fraternity Bible Study 

Champaign Membership 

l'rbana Membership 

Publicity 

Champaign Mission Study 

Crbana Mission Study 

Deputation 

Boys' Work 

Visitation 

Employment 

Rooms and Library 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Dr. T. J. BuRRiLL 
Professor S. W. Parr 
Professor L O. Baker 
Dean T. A. Clark 
J. C. Thorpe 
S. K. Hughes 



F. H. BoGGS 
Ralph C. Scott 
P. H. McKee 
A. R. Montague 
H. C. Gilkerson 
A. H. Aagaard 



Make way for this man; he is one out of ten thousand — "Ted" Loehr 

[409] 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




Heath Alden Montague Greene 

Simons Cortis Stevenson Monroe Checkley 

WooLSTON Skileb Weber Styles Harwood Gates 



An ''I" 7nan — Skiler 
[410] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 



ILLINOIS UNION 



IIJ.IXOIS UNION CLASS OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President . 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Assistant Treasurer 



W. H. Weber 
R. P. Gates 
J. V. Stevenson 
Prof. J. M. White 
L. M. Apgar 



\1CE-PRRSIDI-\TS OF COLLEGES 



Literature and Arts 

Engineering 

Agriculture 

Law 

Science 



O. E. Seiler 
E. B. Styles 
C. L. Simons 
R. Monroe 

W. H. WOOLSTON 



MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR COUNCIL 



J. L. Alden 
A. R. Greene 
J. H. Checkley 



F. B. CORTIS 

N. P. Heath 
H. H. Harwood 
A. R. MoNTAc.UE (I'irst Semester) 
G. C. Bainum (Second Semester) 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 
Faculty Members 



Dean T. A. Clark 



Assistant Dean G. H. Meyer 



Professor J. ^L White 



Alumni Members 

C. A. KiLER. Champaign S. T. Henry, Chicago 

Judge Henry L. McCune. Kansas City 



As the poet says it — "All the world is queer but me and thee, and even thou art a little queer" 
But George Reid {at Bert's) says — "That boy's a rare one." 

[4H] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



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Christy Burton Aagaaru Tkowbridge Nye Mattoon Myers Severinghaus Mason 
HoLCH Shobe Veri.ie Hull Montague Michael Harshbarger Harwood 
Oehmke Huston Hinshaw Gilkerson Wold Seed Mirick Fritchev Hosmer 
Eagle Fleming Hanford Abney Webb Scott Kelley Huber 



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PHILOMATHEAN 





HONORARY 






G. X. Merry 






Graduates 




M. S. Mason 


L. M. W'akeley 


B. A. Strauch 




ACTIVE MEMBERS 




Seniors 




M. D. Abney 




E. L. Eagle 


J. G. Fleming 




A. C. Hanford 


H. E. HlBER 




A. C. Kelly 


R. G. Real 


C. P. Webb 
Juniors 


R. C. Scott 


C. W. BlRTON 




T. A. Fritchey 


H. R. MiRicK 




H. G. GiLKERSON 


J. H. HiNSHAW 




H. H. Harvvood 


A. E. HoLCH 




D. R. Hull 


J. A. Huston 




A. R. Montague 


J. W. Myers 




M. F. Oehmke 


F. D. Shobe 




E. J. \'erlie 


C. B. Watson 




C. A. Wold 


J. F. Harshbarger 


Sophomores 


M. J. Severinghaus 


A. H. Aagaard 




Glenn Christy 


H. Hosmer 


W . H. Michael 
FrcsJimen 


O. V. Seed 


L. J. Nye 




H. A. Roe 


E. \V. Mattoon 




C. E. Trowbridge 



Just naturally faded away like a comet's tail — Olive Lucius 

[ 413 ] 




YMYER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Fletcher Hinsman Rohli-ing B.Wham Kercher Slater Snyder Rang 
Rush Brandner Burruss Andrews Piper Roberts Hare Reitz 
Albin Hitch White C.Wham Coi.vin Leonard Sievenson Otwell Liggett 



Notice how fat I'm getting: that's from dr'inking buttermilk — Pete Dougherty 

[414] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




ADELPHIC 

HONORARY 
E. M. Halliday 

MEMBERS 

Graduate 

C. E. Bl'R(.k.\kr 



C. COLVIN 

D. N. Hitch 
C. K. White 
M. E. Weil 



Seniors 



T. V. Stevenson 



J. GOEBEL 

R. H. Albin 

C. Wham 

F. B. Leonard 



Juniors 



C. E. Hay 
N. F. Nolan 
\\\ R. Reitz 
J. F. Brown 
J. A. Hunter 
A. A. Andrews 
C. H. Fletcher 



E. Roberts 
C. C. Piper 
L. M. Fort 

F. C. Hare 
C. W. White 
A. R. Brandner 
L. E. Sutherland 



C. K. Rang 
A. R. Rohlfing 
N. R. BuRRUss 
F. C. Slater 



Sophomores 



R. B. Otwell 
D. C. Liggett 
O. Kercher 
L. A. Snyder 



A. V. ESSIXGTON 



B. Wham 



Freshmen 



R. B. HiNMAX 



R. L. Rush 



Why can't I take Hip Jordan's place? — PuG Parker, 9 A X 

[415] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




J.H. Rapp Hughes P.G.Rapp Kirk Weisenmeyer Mathews Hepburn 
Checkley Lee Britton Colbert Williams Foster Stroheker Wolf 

Crow Arnold Carmichael Mojonnier Gilmore Sheay Kell Sadler 

HoLLEY Dean Wells Kennan Hall Hobart Thompson Sweitzer 



/ didn't come to 112 E. Joliti to be taken to church — Naprstek 

[416] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




IONIAN 



D. T. Howard 
M. W. Thompson 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



J. E. ACKERT 

M. C. Tanqcary 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
Seniors 



U. P. Arnold 
A. T. Evans 
Homer Hall 
C. M. Hobart 

L. SlEBERNS 

J. J. MOJONNIER 

W. Leslie Crow 
Frank C. Dean 
Ralph R. Wells 



John H. Hughes 
H. Carl Wolf 
W. V. Kell 
W. J. Carmichael 
Thomas M. Hepburn- 
Joseph H. Checkley 



Floyd E. Britton 
A. T. Foster 



J. Holly Rapp 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



P. H. McKee 
J. A. Xevins 
John P. Sheay 
Charles E. Holley 
R. C. IMcLarty 
Winfield C. Gilmore 
Charles M. Kennan 
Fred E. Sweitzer 
H. A. Marbach 



Everett S. Lee 
J. A. Noon 
W. C. Sadler 
M. L. Partridge 
A. L. Williams 
Howard AL\thews 



James R. Colbert 
Frank S. Stroheker 



Peter G. Rapp 



B. L. Kirk 



Pledges 

C. G. Stearns 
Henry R. Wiesenmeyer 



Conceit, thou hast in me a boon companion — Mark Anthony, * 2 K 

[417] 




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Knowlton Kelley Mitchell Davison Roberts Pursley 

Ch eckley Berlin Kennan BROADnus McLarty Frailey 



Beauty Gregory! The College Curse 
[418] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




MASK AND BAUBLE 



Founded at Illiuois, igi2 



Charles M. Kennan 
Ray C. McLarty . 
Ethel ^Iary Berlin- 
Lester E. Frailey 
Joseph H. Checkley 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Stage Manager 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Thomas Akki.k Clark 
Stuart P. Sherman 
Thacher H. Guild 
Ernest M. Halliday 
Stephen S. Colvin 



Walter A. 



Mrs. Mary E. Fawcett 
Mrs. T. a. Clark 
Daisy L. Blaisdell 
ViDA L. Collins 
Francis K. W. Drury 

lUCHEN 



Manuel C. Elmer 



POST GRADUATES 

Delton T. Howard 



RussEL H. Albin 
Arthur C. Kelley 
Eva Mitchel 
Kirke White 



Seniors 



Charles M. Kennan 
Ray C. McLarty 
Marie Miller 
Herman W. Weis 



Juniors 



Joseph H. Checkley 
Lester E. Frailey 
Ruth Davison 



Calvin W. White 
Mae Kelley 
Nellie R. Roberts 



Harold H. Egan 
Ethel M. Berlin 



Lester A. Byron 



Sophomores 

Emma S. Purslev 
Pledges 



W. Herman Jacobsen 
Maria M Knowlton 



Chancey Finfrock 



"I thought A K X was an honorary frat for deserving students, 
something yet" — Charlie Lamb 

[419] 



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Kelley Kemman Mkrrili. Jenings 

Kneisley Brynes Thayer Reimert Krailey Garrison 
Mathews Groves Styles Morrill Albin Apgar Gregory 



"Uv me, hun?" "Tourse I does." "Who's sweet?" "Bofe of us" — Grace Bacon and Purcell 

[420] 



ILLINOIS UNION DRAMATIC CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Secretary and Treasurer 
Business Manager . 



G. L. Morrill 
E. B. Styles 
K. V. Root 
D. K. Groves 



G. L. Morrill 
D. K. Groves 

D. T. Howard 

E. E. \\ ATERS 

R. H. Albin 



MEMBERS 
Seniors 



A. C. Kelley 



E. B. Styles 
L. M. Apgar 
C. W. Bremner 
H. F. Kemman 
L. M. Matthew^s 



K. V. Root 
L. H. Gregory 
C. L. Thayer 



Juniors 



T. A. Morrill 



L. E. Frailey 
C. W. Smith 
R. R. Riimirt 



J. E. Byrnes 



Sophomores 



T. H. Griftner 



M. K. Kneislev 



No, I'm not going to put my picture in Senior Section — Charles Kennan, Y. M. C. A. 

[421] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




MOTORCYCLE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

O. V. Seed President 

T. W. Ellis Vice-President 

G. M. Reid Secretary-Treasurer 

F. W. Baum Road Captain 

W. E. Dick Assistant Road Captain 



You owe me a pair of pajamas and twenty cents — Captain Hoeppner 

[422] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 





MOTORCYCLE CLUB 



MEMBERS 



J. A. COLVIN 

T. W. Ellis 
H, S. KiLiiY 
O. V. Sekd 

W. POSTEL 

F. W. Baum 
R. D. WiLsox 

G. McGauchey 
T. E. Hog<;e 
W. W. McMein 
H. A. Shaw 

F. W. Baker 
J. B. Chartrand 



.M. Henson 
R. A. Nelson 
C. F. Applkgate 
R. Kirk WOOD 
G. M. Reid 
M. C. Benst 

J. W. FOLSOM 

W. J. Jones 
W. Klockner 
W. E. Dick 
F. E. Rusher 
M. E. HoiT 
C. A. Attwood 



A. Warner 



''Hettx" Green — ''Gimme some cheiinn' gum, Bert.' 
'•Bert''— •What flavor, Hetty?" 
"Hetty"— "Climax." 

[423] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




AGRICULTURAL GLEE CLUB 



 


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Fergerso.n Cokfey French Davis Wmkrei.i. Schroeoer 



Pozvder -\- hat -\- dress =: Roberta Wright 
[424] 



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B. Abxey 

J. B. Andrews 
H. C. Albin 

H. F. AiN'SWORTH 

Orr Allyn 
R. Allen 

C. W. Allison 
C. A. At WOOD 
C. W. Attebury 
H. L. Bauer 

L. P. Bauman 
G. S. Beaumont 
F. W. Berry 
C. A. Brown 
K. Bebb 

F. H. Ber(.land 
R. E. Blackburn 
F. J. Blackburn 
A. M. Brunson 
N. R. BuRRis 
W. C. Carr 
W. J. Car MICHAEL 
H. C. M. Case 
H. A. Cate 
C. A. Cattron 
W. H. Chambers 
V. C. Chang 

E. M. Clark 
C. A. Clark 
W. G. Clark 
Carl Colvin 

M. CoPEN HAVER 

F. M. COLCORD 

H. B. Deets 
H. H. De Were 
R. \\'. Dickenson 
R. S. Dunham 

C. J. Elliot 
O. J. Ellis 

H. F. T. Fahrkopf 
O. F. Foster 
R. W. French 
A. F. Gage 
R. P. Gage 

D. T. Gamble 

G. E. Gentle 
H. C. Gilkerson 
A. R. Greene 



MEMBERS 

A. H. Grunewald 
C. E. Hay 
R. J. Hale 

F. Henderson 

R. L. Hegenauer 
A. J. Herbolsheimer 
R. B. Hinman 
C. W. Holmes 
E. L. Horn 

E. H. Howes 

C. HUDELSON 

R. R. Hudelson 

C. A. Hughes 

J. H. Hl'GHES 

VV. V. Kell 

G. B. Kendall 

F. N. Kenvon 
O. Kercher 

X. M. Kneisley 

J. KOEBER 

W. E. Johns 
E. Lawrence 
W. M. Leonard 
P. G. Lyons 
R. J. Lyons 

D. W. Matthews 
O. M. McGhee 

C. T. Meek 
L. S. Miller 
L. W. Miner 
L. L. Minor 
H. Y. MoH 

L. E. Montgomery 

D. O. Mount 
H. S. Mueller 
J. P. Murphy 
C. I. Xewlin 
L. J. Xye 

H. P. Ottman 
W. K. Palmer 
W. K. Parker 
M. S. Park hurst 
N. L. Partridge 
C. E. Ping 
H. R. Pollock 
L. T. Powers 
C. K. Raffety 
H. B. Randolph 
A. Rant 



D. J. Rector 
P. H. Rehling 
R. R. Rehm 

F. C. RiCHEY 

E. Roberts 
P. B. Root 

F. A. RUMERY 

F". E. Rusher 
J. A. Sackrison 
E. E. Sandall 

C. B. Sayre 

G. VV. SCHROEDER 

O. J. Schwartz 
O. H. Sears 

E. C. Secor 
J. P. Sheay 
O. A. Shoger 
H. J. Snyder 
A. E. Snyder 
L. A. Snyder 
L. C. SOULE 

F. J. Smejkal 

D. H. Stevenson 
J. V. Stevenson 
T. C. Stone 

H. D. Strong 

F. E. SWEITZER 

C. Tarble 

W. M. Taylor 

D. A. Turner 
F. Turner 

R. E. Thompson 
R. H. Van Buskirk 
F. E. VanDoren 
H. S. Vial 

E. H. Virgin 
J. M. Vial 

J. K. Walton 
E. H. Walworth 
H. R. Warren 
E. Waters 
R. R. Wells 
J. R. Wells 
J. E. Wiley 
A. L. Williams 
W. W. Wilson 

C. E. WOOLMAN 

X. A. Wright 



'I've been around the university nine years and have never been in the Illio yet" — 

Leonard V. James 




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LINCOLN LEAGUE 



. MEMBERS OF THE SENA TE 



Athletics 

C. C. Roberts 

Publications 

F. A. Fritchey 

Dramatics 

R. H. Abbin 

Y. M. C. A. 

R. C. Scott 

Social Fraternity 

J. H. CHECKr.EY 

Politics 

R. C. McLarty 

Literature and Arts 
J. H. Brown 

Science 

H. T. Leo 



Military 

L. H. Graves 

Oratory 

J. V. Stevenson 

Music 

Kenneth Bebb 

Honorary Society 

C. H. Warnock 

Non-Fraternity 

F. C. Dean 

Engineering 
P. C. Gauger 

Agriculture 
H. F. Kemman 

E. V. Champion 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Faculty 
A. R. Warnock C. IM. Wokmseu 

Ahoinii — J. R. Mann 

Politics 
R. M. LaFoi.eette 



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Members at Large 



B. S. Fisher 

A. V. ESSINGTON 

O. V. Sked 

P. R. SWEITZER 

W. F. Fielder 
A. H. AaGaard 

H. G. AiNSVVORTH 
W. W. AiNSWORTH 
X\ E. AXNABLE 

R. O. Allen 
R. C. Barber 
H. A. Baknhari) 
L. C. Bernard 
G. H. Barc.h 
J. K. Beebe 
P. T. Bock 
P. C. Barber 
R. W. Boiselle 

A. F. Barrow 
G. W. Bass 

C. C. BURFORD 

H. D. Claybkrg 
W. C. Carr 
W. G. Clarke 

B. H. Crowder 

J. H. ChiX KLEV 

H. P. Dai(;hertv 
R. M. Henley 
H. B. Henley 
W. B. Herrick 
J. O. Harker 

H. E. HUBER 

E. W. Harris 
A. P. Hall 

J. L. HONER 

F. C. Hare 
A. C. Hay 
S. C. Heilen 
A. R. Ivens 
A. C. Kelly 
H. R. Kirk 
A. F. Kendall 
W. C. Ken nan 
J. H. Kendall 

C. D. Kendall 
N. M. Kneisley 
A. B. Lanker 
C. B. Linden 

C. E. Lamb 

E. R. Lampskey 

R. E. Davies 



A. E. Zucker 
P. C. Dillavou 

A. V. ESSINGTON 

C. J. Elliot 
W. F. Fielder 
R. S. Fischer 
\\'. D. Fathing 
T. A. Fritchie 
P. B. Fritchie 
H. R. Green 
P. C. Gager 
H. P. Goldberg 
R. S. Gerghty 
J. F. Garrett 

A. S. GONSIOR 

R. J. Garber 

R. F. HlNTER 
H. H. HOSMER 

H. H. Haruood 
H. B. Hedman 

E. B. Lauton 
C. E. Light 
P. S. McKee 
H. C. Moose 
W. W. Mercer 
H. E. Morgan 

J. E. MiLLIZEN 

A. R. Montague 

H. C. ^L\THERS 

H. S. Mueller 
H. C. Moore 
J. W. Myers 
W. C. Morrison 
R. W. ]\L\rshall 
R. D. McGorrish 
R. C. McKixney 
P. H. McKee 
R. C. McLarty 
R. A. Nelson 
G. a. Xewall 

F. H. Xyemeyer 
J. R. Xevins 

F. A. Xevins 
N. A. N^olan 
M. F. Oehmeke 
H. B. Barker 
J. J. Pitts 
L. A. Patch 
F. E. Parkins 
N. L. Partridge 
C. K. Lang 
C. O. Rich 



O. O. Roman 
V. S. Rice 

E. L. RoiiERTS 

E. C. Richardson 
a. r. rophney 
\\'. w. ropignet 
G. G. Ratcliff 

C. C Ror.KKTS 
H. W . Ryther 
J. A. Siebarns 

F. C. Slater 
J. P. Sheay 
A. D. Savage 
R. C. Scott 

G. B. Sear 

C. W. Schwarts 
J. V. Stevenson 
G. A. Simmons 
O. V. Seed 
C. N. Sullivan 
V. G. Stevens 
A. R. Snyder 

P. \V. SCATES 

F. E. Snyder 

A. R. Snyder 

C. E. Stearns 

E. B. Styles 

J. \'. Stevenson 

B. C. SWETT 

A. D. Sizer 
W. H. Stevens 

D. H. Stevenson 
V. C. Sladek 

C. O. TiSCHE 

F. R. Tate 

H. P. Vandercook 
M. a. VanDoren 
P. C. Vear 
a. C. VanZandt 

G. P. ViGEANT 

S. A. Wright 

E. K. W'irtcher 
O. E. Wham 
P. H. Ward 

R. B. Wernsing 
C. H. Warnock 
A. L. Wagoner 
P. C. Wagoner 
H. T. Wood 
H. S. Weber 
G. D. Warren 
J. M. Welch 



/ wonder how late Doc. Xolen waited for Marv Barry at the Big four Station.^ Ask Ralph 
Scott 



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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




THE ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

OFFJCERS 

President L. J. Corbey 

Vice-President T. E. O'Donnell 

Secretary J. G. Fleming 

Treasurer C. B. McGrew 

Sergeant-at-Arms R. C. Kirchloff 

EXECUTl I li COMMITTEE 
L. J. CoRBEV Prof. F. M. Mann 

R. C. KiRCHHOFF 



'Wild fellows I hare known," by Thomast Arkleson-Clarkon, zvould be one of the six best 
sellers in these parts 

[428] 




MLMBURS 



SENIORS 

Bekkk.mi:vi:r, W. C. 
Chicnkv, II. L. 
CORBEY, L. J. 

Ernst, J. L. 
Farnum, W. H. 
Fleming. J. G. 

GUSTAFSON, C. L. 

Hawley, J. B. 
hoeppnek, e. g. 
Klooster, C. a. 
Knox. R. K. 
Manierre, a. E. 
McFarland, E. H. 
Morgan, F. L. 
Nay, J. R. 
Nelson, J. C. 

O'DONNELL, T. E. 
Palmer, C. E. 
Raffin, I. 
Rathfon, S. C. 
Spencer, C. B. 
Sutherland, J. B. 
Voss, W. C. 

JUNIORS 

Aldrich, H. G. 
Barnes. A. L. 
Berger, F. E. 
Blatherwich, W. F. 
Brandner, a. R. 
Daly, S. L. 
Doerr, H. F. 
Drew. E. N, 
Earhart, C. 
Fischer, F. A. P. 
Foster, H. L. 
Franzen, T. J. 
furukawa, s. 
Gauger, p. C. 
Hanes, M. S. 
Hilfer, F. E. 
HoBsoN, N. T. 



Hrihal, E. A. 
Johnson, R. U. 
Kelley, R. L. 
Kirchoff. R. C. 
Knoulton, p. C. 
Larkin, W. J. 
Larmar, D. \V. 
McGorrisk, D. H. 
McGrevv, C. B. 
McIntyre. G. E. 
Morgan. C. L. 
Newhalfen. M. 
Pankow, C. J. 
Potter, E. J. 
Reeves, H. T. 
Reimert. R. R. 
Adams. E. F. 
Scales. W. H. 
Schmidt, L. 
Schneider, J. M. 
schixker, r. \v. 
Soderberg. a. F. 
.^orenson, x. c. 
Stone. O. R. 
Strehlow, p. V. 
Taber. B. F. 
Underhill, H. \V. 
Waggoner. A. M. 
Wallace, W. J. H. 
W'eisfeld. L. H. 
Wetzel, E. H. 

W'lERSEMA, H. A. 

Wolfe, W. S. 

SOPHOMORES 

Anderson, H. L. 
Bailie, R. M. 
Bauer, L. M. 
Becket, J. R. 
Boucher, C. F. 
Breining, W. a. 
Budina, a. O. 
Burns, F. B. 



Chuang. T. 
Crowe, R. B. 
Cutshall, R. N. 
Delong, L. L. 
Dorchester, A. H. 

DUBIN, G. 
I'LEXER, E. F. 

Giehler, F. J. 
Glover. W. E. 
Hanson. R. W. 
Harner. H. H. 
Hoffman, F. J. 
Hoffman, R. P. 
HowicH, L. J. 
Hymowitz, M. H. 
Tones, P. E. 
Tory, H. W^ 

kiRBY, W. J. 
IvlRK. H. R. 
KnE MEYER, E. F. 

korshak, s. 
Malnbl'rg, C. 
McLeod. R. W^ 
Miller. M. J. 
Nathan, M. O. 

NiELSON, G. F. 
Park. J. \\. 
Pinault, L. 
Rappaport. B. J. 

SCOVILLE, R. C. 

Smithson. a. T. 
Sporlein. L. \\'. 
Sprague. H. G. 
Scales. W. H. 
Tapping. C. H. 
W ittenberg. G. H. 
Wyant, C. S. 

FRESHMEN 

Anderson, W. W. 
Bailey. L. F. 
Beust, M. C. 
t^rlnkow. o. e. 



Carpenter. C. K. 
Dirks, B. E. 
TOl'bin, H. 
I^"AR(;rHAR, D. a 
Farguhar, D. a. 

T-ILTON. G. C. 

Griffen, H. M. 

1 I EI NOEL. J. H. 
T^ELFRICK, R. E. 

Johnson, H. S. 
Krueger. O. a. 
Leavens, A. B. 
Lindstrom, S. E. 
Mader, a. 
McBroom, L. a 
Moss, C. S. 
Murdock, p. W. 
Olson. R. H. 
Peyraud. a. 

PURDY. R. H. 

Simons. W. H. 
turnock, il,. a. 
Walker. J. 
Wright, T>. 
Garwood, S. K. 
Young, B. T. 

ZiPPRODT. R. R. 

HONORARY 
MEMBERS 

Dr. N. C. Ricker 
Prof. F. M. Mann 
Prof. J. M. White 
Prof. X. A. Wells 
AssT. Prof. D. Varon 
Assoc. Prof. C. R. Clark 
Angelo Corrubia 
R. M. DicKUT 
James H. Forsythe 
Roy C. Jones 
Robert T. Jones 
John B. Hutchings, Jr. 
L. Wallace 



'I'm not going to ask you not to roast us but if you do " — Betty Boyers. K K r 

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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




CIVIL ENGINEERING CLUB 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

G. E. Warren President S. G. Martin 

Paul Kirchf.r Vice-President E. M. Lurie 

E. M. Lurie Secretary E. E. Reddersen 

S. G. Martin Treasurer G. K. Warren 



We are for yon in this election: I like to be ivith the gang — Ida Mae Shot\vi-i.l 

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MEMBERS 




W. 0. Andrews 


J. R. GOETZMAN 


H. D. MvEKS 


C. Apple 


r. J. GiBONEY 


C. S. MULVANEY 


N. Arnold 


I. B. Gilbert 


R. H. Nau 


G. W. Bass 


Ralph Green 


J. PoRTUANDO 


R. A. Ben N ITT 


C. L. Hanson 


E. E. Reddersen 


P. T. Bock 


C. I. Haven 


A. F. Reum 


H. BoiG 


G. A. Harnack 


H. B. Rogers 


C. W. Bremner 


A. D. Hawley 


F. C. Rohrbough 


L. S. Brodd 


J. H. Hewitt 


J. M. RUNDQUIST 


G. Butler 


0. X. Hooker 


O. F. Randolph 


\V. R. Brown 


H. J. Harman 


W. C. Sadler 


E. W. Bullard 


F. W. Hartblank 


R. L. Schlotman 


R. R. Carter 


W. E. Holmes 


F. V. Stipp 


C. J. Craig MILE 


H. Jahn 


G. S. Sangdahl 


H. C. CORLEY 


C. G. Jevvett 


G. H. Stough 


J. W. Davis 


A. T. KUHNN 


R. a. Strong 


J. R. Donaldson 


A. M. Laird 


E. B. Styles 


F. L. DUNAVAN 


J. E. Lewis 


J. F. SlEFRIED 


T. R. Elfstrom 


L. L. Livingston 


M. C. Taylor 


A. L. Epstein 


F. X. LOEFFER 


Y. T. Tong 


P. Emery 


E. M. LvRiE 


C. H. Thompson 


J. S. FiNIiLEY 


W. W. ]\L\NSPEAKER 


R. E. TURLEY 


\\'. E. Flood 


S. G. ]\L\RTIN 


C. R. Vance 


A. K. Fogg 


H. A. ^L^RBACH 


G. E. Warren 


L. X. Fisher 


C. \V. ^Latthews 


J. M. Whelan 


D. S. Frayer 


F. C. IVrcXARY 


H. F. Wagner 


A. S. Fry 


J. H. Miller 


W. A. Wagner 


A. B. Glenn 


A. R. Montague 


A. W. Ward 



Kerns. Alpha Sigma Phi. addressing a clerk in Kaufman's. "Shozi." mc the latest style in 
spring hats." 

Clerk, gazing thoughtfully at the young man's head, "Sorry sir. zee don't carry anything 
larger than tens" 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

President R. McDermet 

Vice-President L. A. Dole 

Treasurer C. R. Horrel 

C. E. Merrie Secretary II. C. Hohnmann 



First Semester 

R. S. Seese . . . 
D. H. Hays . . 
G. D. Bagley . . 



"Play something won't you?" 

"Pug" Parker, moving toward the piano, "What shall I playT^ 

"Oh, it doesn't matter. All pieces sound alike to me." 

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L. M. Apgar 
H. E. Austin 
G. D. Bagley 
E. D. Bell 
E. J. Berg, D.Sc. 

E. D. Berry 

B. B. Burgh 
R. H. Bacon 

S. W. BURSTROM 

F. H. BUFFINGTON 

R. Barnes 
V. Confessor 
T. H. Cattron 
R. L. Coniell 

C. R. CORKE 

E. R. CoOLIDGE 

J. T. Donahue 
L. V. Decker 
O. B. Dorsey 
J. A. Domas 
N. A. Doane 

F. E. Dace 

W. R. DUEBLUE 

L. A. Dole 
V. E. Dobbins 
O. Ehler 

F. D. Facer 
R. A. Fear 

G. G. FORNOFF 

C. W. FicK 

G. W. FiSKA 

A. M. Gaddes 
A. L. Givens 

A. S. GiDDINGS 

G. L. Greves 
F. J. Grey 
C. W. Gates 
C. Gordon 
W. G. Gordon 
N. P. Heath 
E. F. Holt 
H. H. Henleine 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

D. H. Hays 
R. L. Herman 
F. D. Hull 

C. W. Harnist 
P. M. Hart 
L. M. Hall 
H. C. Hohmann 
c. r. horell 
R. Ingalls 

F. IlDA 

E. A. James 

G. JiNGUJI 

G. H. Kessler 
V. T. Koo 
C. Kromkr 
C. T. Kxipp 

H. S. KiLBY 

J. KiLBY 

J. KUKLMAN 

W. V. Kaun 
R. F. Kaun 
G. H. KoLE 
L. C Kent 
G. H. Linsey 
A. H. Lake 

E. S. Lee 

R. McDermet 
L. E. Moser 

G. MlZOGUCHI 

J. A. Maury 
G. W. Mayes 
J. H. Miller 
J. B. Maypole 
T. W. Miller 
\V. W. McMein 
C. E. ]\Ierris 

F. E. INLarshall 

C. L. ^LALAISE 

E. NORSTED 

F. X. XOURSE 

C. S. Xarskinsky 
H. H. Otis 
L. S. Phillips 



C. W. Pollock 
J. D. Penn 

D. C. Prince 
H. N. Powell 
C. J. Rhea 

F. B. Richards 
M. F. Reace 
J. W. Stokes 

C. C. Smith 
N. S A per son 
A. M. Simons 
R. D. Stitt 

D. R. Steward 
H. K. Sheldon 
J. B. Steepel 

F. H. SCHAP 

A. D. Smith 
H. C. Swan N EL 
S. L. Stebbins 
R. S. Seese 
R. S. Schuyler 

E. TiNZMANN 

H. E. Thompson 
A. H. Wieber 

D. C. Wood 

F. P. WiTTICH 

E. L. Williamson 
C. S. Washburn 
T. K. White 

R. W^ATTS 

E. A. Willesford 
H. E. Weber 

E. C. Williams 
H. G. Wood 

T. T. Woo 

F. H. Wilson 
H. C. Wolf 

C. M. Whaite 
M. E. Weil 
A. B. Van Deusen 
R. L. Vanniman 

F. R. VOUNG 



Miss Kelso in English i — "What derivation comes from Orpheus?" 

Brig lit scholar — "Orpheum." 

Miss Kelso — "Correct, yes Orpheus charmed the beasts.'' 

[433] 




VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 




AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL 

ENGINEERS 

STUDENT BRANCH 



First Semester 

]''. J. ScHI.lNK . . 

H. H. Constant 
E. J. Hassf.lquist 
P. A. Faust . . 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

President L. G. Smith 

Vice-President A. H. Aagaard 

Secretary C. A. Schoessel 

Treasurer M. I. Mix 



Inquisitiz'e cjirl — "}'om have your initiation tonight, don't you?" 

Phi Cam sophomore — "Oh no, we had it hist night; we only have the ritual tonight" 

[434] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




MEMBERS I\ FACULTY 



G. A. GOODF.NOUGH 


0. A. 


Leutwilkr 


C. R. Richards 


J. M. 


Snod(;rass 


W. V. Dun KIN 


P. A. 
ACTIVE MEMBERS 


Dent 


H. G. AiNSWORTH 


F. E. Gooding 


L. G. MORRIL 


G. S. Arhlckle 


J. H. Gougler 


F. S. Xk Ki 


H. A. Barnard 


S. R. Gulley 


H. J. XOKEM 


A. F. Barron 


A. S. Harbour 


B. R. Ordonez 


M. G. Benjamin 


R. C. Harris 


E. Overmier 


A. Bergman 


E. R. Hatowski 


C. R. Ogle 


R. G. Butler 


L. Helander 


C. J. Pemebaker 


D. E. Buyers 


W. B. HODGINS 


J. A. Wilson 


J. B. Bouton 


J. L. Horner 


B. S. Pfeiffer 


0. F. Brooks 


C. X. Kell 


G. W. Philleo 


L. T. Boyd 


A. H. Kerndt 


B. E. RODEMEYEIR 


J. F. Brenton 


L. D. Keck 


J. H. Roberts 


L. M. Cherown 


C. E. KocK 


C. G. Ro(;ers 


R. C. Chestnutt 


J. M. Kehlor 


H. W. Ryther 


R. F. Cooper 


C. H. Kroeschell 


H. W. Shively 


A. F. Conrad 


J. J. Kurt 


L. G. Smith 


E. B. Crist 


M. F. LuMMis 


C. A. SCHOESSEL 


H. F. Crooks 


C. W. Lincoln 


J. M. Sponsler 


R. T. Cathcart 


E. R. LUNEY 


E. P. Shapland 


J. Cutter 


H. S. McIntosh 


R. L. Smith 


H. O. Danz 


J. H. Masters 


C. A. Stevenson 


H. Devine 


L. M. Matthews 


J. M. Thomas 


G. W. Deardorf 


E. X. Mattson 


H. P. Thompson 


R. T. Douglas 


E. J. McPherson 


J. N. Todd 


P. R. Dun TON 


T. E. Maurz 


D. L. Tincher 


A. Elmendorph 


G. Meyer 


L. A. Triggs 


T. W. Ellis 


A. L. Meyers 


C. E. Trowbridge 


L. B. Ermeling 


P. K. Miles 


C. R. Velzy 


P. A. Faust 


M. I. Mix 


A. J. Weydell 


H. S. Fisher 




C. E. White 



'Whenever I hear Charlie Wham laugh. I am reminded of a ziolin unth a loose screw in it.' 

[435] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 



OFFICERS 

President L. H. Gourley 

Vice-President Margaret Pach 

Secretary-Treasurer Katherine Lewis 

Chairman Program Committee W. L. Crow 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



J. H. Beck 

I. Lillehei 

D. S. Blondheim 

J. D. Fitz-Gerald 

Florence Jones, Ph.D. 



N. A. Wells 



J. C. DiTCHEY 

T. E. Oliver 
D. H. Carnahan 
Gertrude Schoeperle, 
W. S. Hendrix 



Ph.D. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Louis Allen 
Alice Axelson 
Meta Consoer 
W. L. Crow 
Laura Fisher 
L. H. Gourley 
Mildred Griffith 
Elva Kamman 
H. W. Mann 
Amy Overland 
J. R. Shui.ters 
V. H. Todd 
Margaret Treat 



Mary Barry 
N. F. Bronkovv 
D. S. Crow 
L. E. Fayart 
Louise Garrett 
L. F. Fairhall 
Hazel Hart 

E. A. KiRCHER 

Lena Myers 
Margaret Pach 
H. R. Tear 
Alice Thayer 
Bernice Wilson 



Paul Hantta (over phone) — "May I come over tonight?" 

Alice Riley — "You'd better not. My lips are chapped and I've got a cold and- 

"Oh that won't bother me any." 

[436] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 



HORTICULTURAL CLUB 



First Semester 

C. B. Sayre . 
W. K. Palmer 
J. P. Sheay 
H. B. Henley 
N. L. Partridge 



OFFICERS 



Presiden t 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



Second Semester 



• J 



J. P. Sheay 
F. Thomason 

. P. B. Root 
E. H Taylor 

L. L. Miner 



MEMBERS 



S. D. Abeot 
C. S. Anderson 
C. B. Andrews 
H. L. Bauer 
M. R. Bebb 
K. T. Beebe 
R. E. Blackburn 
W. G. Butler 
W. C. Carr 
R. S. Cushman 
A. W. Davis 
C. T. Elliot 
G. E. Fauqi'eher 
W. L. Frank 
A. G. Hecht 
H. B. Henley 
R. M. Henley 
H. E. Howes 
T. F. Hyslop 
G. B. Kendall 
W. K. Kneisley 
W. N. Leonard 
C. T. Meek 
L. L. Miner 
H. S. Mueller 



P. A. NOWLAN 

W. K. Palmer 
H. B. Parker 
N. L. Partridge 
T. T. Powers 
A. E. Rathbun 
R. R. Rehm 
C, H. Rehling 
F. B. Richardson 

F. C. RiCHEY 

P. B. Root 
C. B. Sayre 
A. D. Savage 
J. P. Sheay 

G. W. SCHJiOEDER 

R. S. Smith 
W. M. Stevens 
E. H. Taylor 
W. M. Taylor 
J. F. Thomason 
M. C. Urch 
T. Turner 
E. H. Walworth 
R. W. Walworth 
L. S. Stallings 



A staunch Republican, a supporter of Taft, but not old enough to vote — 

Theodore Taft Fritchey 



[437] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 




Ol-l-lCIih'S 



President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



R. T. Stui.l 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
R. K. HuRSH 



H. H. B.VKTELLS 
M. R. HORNUNG 

RoBKRT Back 
Prof. A. V. Bleininc.kk 



ACTll'E MEMBERS 
Graduate 
F. M. \\'.\i.i..\CE G. H. B.\Lri\vi\ C. E. Fulton H. L. Oi.in 

Seniors 
W. A. RuTLEDGE R. Back Otto Springe 

Juniors 
V. H. Cartwright G. G. White P. A. Handke 

I. Nelson M. R. Hornung C. C. Rand 

Sophomores 
E. J. Anderle F. a. Kirkpatrick H. C. Arnold 

W. E. Bow W. L. HnwAT R. R. Daniklson 



Beckwith 

H. H. Bartells 

C. L. Walduck 
O. L. Wood 

A. R. Lacey 

S. T. Sewell 




IIURSH STULL I'RUI. I'lJKDV ruoE.Hl.lKNINGER OlL\ 

Beckwith Nelson Kand Hornung Cartwright Fulton 
Lacey Sewei.l Wallace Bow Arnold Daniei.son BAi.mviN Springe 
Kirkpatrick IIowat Rutledge Wood Baktells Handke Wiiin: Hack 

About as graceful in his movements as the Tinman in the Wizard of 0-— Rudolph Cutshall 



THE NINETEENTHIRJEENILLJ 





OFI'ICJiRS 



President pro teiii . 
J'ice-Prcsidcnt 
Secretary ciiiil Treasurer 
Historian .... 

Sergeant-at-Arnts . 



Louis Brandt 
William L. Taylor 
I Iarris S. Ml'kllkr 

JlCAN K. kiPLI.V 
RoHKRT W. IIUFF.MAN 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Joseph Cullkn Blair A. Phklps Wyman 

Arno H. Xkhrling 



ACTfJ'R ^[ EMBERS 



Bartox Austin 
Louis Brandt 
Daniel R. Hull 
Chauncey B. Andrews 
Robert W. Hoffman 
Hugo Joseph Hahn 
Harris S. Mueller 



W. R. Meluher 
Jean K. Ripley 
Edward M. Schalck 
William L. Taylor 
Jay F. Thomason 
Chauncey S. Hill 
C. L. Trowhridge 




Hull Thomason Hill Andrews Hahn 

Hoffman Mueller. Ripley Brandt Taylor Barnett 



'Tis such a serious thing to be a funny man." — Joe Barnett, Z ^ 

[439] 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 





WE^I^l^^SL \ 


fel't^f "I S^ %a^^ 


If 1 « f^ ^H 


||: • - 


^9 


IflLJSL 





CHEMICAL CLUB 



First Semester 

J. J. MOJONNIER 
F. W. MOHLMAN 

L. B. Hedges . 
E. A. Glenz . 
J. F. KOHOUT . 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

President R. J. Quinn 

Vice-President E. P. Herman 

Secretary P. C. Rich 

Treasurer ... .... J. F. Garrett 

Custodian C. H. Spaulding 



Hippy Jordan's gone from me, 
mini garters on his knee. 
Ple'll come back and marry me, 
Pretty Hippy Jordon. 



Hippy Jordan's fat and sleek 
Jl'itli fair roses on his cheek, 
He's my love for evermore 
Dear old Hippy Jordan. 

[440I 



— Ruth Lindberg, X fi 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEENTED 





^in 




CHENCALCLVB 




:7<^^ 



^rUA^^ * 




HONORARY MEMBERS 





W. A. \OYES 




C. 


G. 


Derick 




J. W. Parr 




D. 


F. 


Mc 


I'arland 




Edward Bartow 




L. 


L. 


Burgess 




P. E. Howe 




G. 


M. 


Smith 




R. S. Curtis 




R. 


H. 


Jesse. Jr. 




C. W. Balke 




E. 


W 


\V 


ASH BURN 




P. B. Hawk 




Grin NELL 


Jones 






ACTIVE MEMBERS 








w 


. C. Adams 


A. H. HUISKEN 








A. H. POLAKOW 


E. 


W. Andrews 


J. M. Jan SEN 








A. Prasil 


C. 


K. Beebe 


0. E. Kaiser 








W. J. Prince 


T. 


B. Brown 


0. S. Keener 








D. W. Propst 


E. 


Brinskill 


H. N. Keley 








R. J. QUINN 


E. 


G. Bucher 


L. F. Kennedy 








C. Rascher 


T. 


0. Carrero 


C. W. Knudson 








P. C. Rich 


V. 


H. Cartwright 


J. K. KOHOUT 








L. M. ROBROCK 


H. 


R. Cochran 


F. A. KoPF 








F. P. ROHRER 


M. 


F. Croce 


J. F. Kraeger 








G. B. Ruby 


P. 


R. Croi.l 


L. L. Larsen 








T. R. Ruby 


P. 


W. Day 


R. B. Long 








R. J. SCHOEPPERLE 


A. 


Dechman 


G. H. Mengel 








Y. V. Shewade 


0. 


C. Detering 


F. W. Mohlman 








H. A. Shonle 


A. 


C. ElDE 


C. L. Munroe 








C. J. Seirert 


L. 


T. Fairhall 


W. C. Nicholson 








G. L. Simon SON 


L. 


H. Foster 


L. F. NiCKELL 








C. E. Sims 


R. 


P. Gates 


E. B. Millard 








C. H. Spaulding 


T. 


H. Griftner 


E. H. Parkins 








S. C. Taylor 


H. 


F. Hadley 


W. M. Peeples 








H. D. Valentine 


C. 


K. Hewes 


C. P. Phangle 








J. E. Waddell 


L. 


B. Hedges 


C. A. Phillips 








H. W. Weis 


H. 


L. HUENINK 


F. T. Pinkney 








J. H. Wilson 


E. 


E. Hollman 


E. C. Platopky 
N. C. Ice 








D. A. W'OODICK 




Beauty in 


the making — Any co 
[441] 


ed 


t 7 


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a. m. 




VNTVFRSITY OF ILLINOIS 




COMMERCIAL CLUB 

Ol-I-ICERS 

President C. H. Warxock 

Vice-President F. W. Bauer 

Secretary C. A. Lamb, Jr. 

Treasurer T. A. Fritchey, Jr. 



'Ves I have quite a reputation as a fusser among the Champaign kiddies" — Mark Prindle 

[+42] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




COMMERCIAL CLUB 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



N. A. Weston 
H. M. Robinson 

T. K. TOVVLES 



J. C. Duncan 
J. G. Thompson 
O. R. Martin 



S. Lit man 



STUD EXT MEMBERS 



W. W. AiNS WORTH 

O. R. Bainks 
L. C. Barkkr 

F. W. Baukr 

G. M. Crossland 

J. H. COLUMHO 

D. R. Clarke 
T. Dunn 
F. C. Dean 

C. J. Ennis 

J. D. Fellows 

D. C. FULKS 

T. A. Fritchey, Jr. 
P. B. Fritchey 

S. M. GOLDSCHMIDT 
D. G. GiRTON 

C. C. Gamble 
H. E. Gaddis 
F. A. Hinrichsen 
P. S. Hanna 
A. C. Kelley 
\V. S. Krebs 
C. A. Lamb, Jr. 
A. L. Little 

F. W. LOHR 

A. C. Littleton 



R. C. McLarty 
J. W. McClne 
H. R. MiRicK 
A. S. Nevins 
J. L. Nichols 
A. H. Oc.u- 
W. H. Pearson 

F. W. POSTEL 

W. H. POMK-R 

W. B. PuKTERFIELD 

A. C. Pratt 
F. W. Reuling 
R. M. Ross 

F. F. Skarle 
V. T. Stevens 
L M. Shapiro 
C. H. Spitler 

P. G. Shiesswold 

H. C. Thompson 

H. J. Troup 

A. C. Van Zandt 

C. E. Year 

C. H. Warnock 

S. V. Winquist 

A. L. Weiszenfeld 

G. J. Zimmermann 



'I am one lamb that can't be sheared" — Charley Lamb 

[443] 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



CENTRO LITERARIO ESPANOL 



OFFICERS 

President Urbano Lalazar 

Vice-President Laura Fisher 

Treasurer Hazel Hart 

Secretary Euripides Fajardo 



MEMBERS 



Argentina 

Diego Luis Mollinari 

Cuba 

Juan Portuando 
Euripides Fajardo 
Antonio Portuando 

Estados Unidos 

Amy Overland 
Bertha Bourdette 
Hazel Hart 
Laura Fisher 
Sloan Watkins 
Dr. a. R. Seymour 
Louis A. Gourley 



Italy 

Michele Croce 

Mexico 

Urbano Lalazar 
Gilberto Fragoso 
guillermo escabosa 
Carlos Fernandez 
Jesus Ruiz 
Benito Ordonez 
Juan Gandara 
Carlos Perez 
Asuncion Jose Lopez 

Puerto Rico 

Rafael Soto 




Not one word spake he more than n'as neede — Mark Cooper, T A 

[444] 



THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




MINING ENGINEERING SOCIETY 



Established University of Illinois, 1910 



OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

E. J. RossBACH President L. V. Newton 

M. L. Nebel 1st Vice-President A. L. Voight 

L. W. SwETT .... . . 2d Vice-President L. R. Bell 

L. V. Newton Secretary and Treasurer W. S. Middleton 




'Let's have another f -'Whatr" "Horlick's Malted Milk"—^ T A 

[445] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



JOHN MARSHALL LAW CLUB 



H. E. HUBER 

Herman Mohr 
Charles Wham 
Charles P. Webb 
L. C. Seiberns 
W. P. Arnold 



MEMBERS 



Seniors 



J. L. Kagy 
E. L. Eagle 
H. E. Kerkkr 

W. C. GlLMOKE 

E. O. Prather 

D. W. BiLLMAN 



M. F. Oehmke 

B. H. Crowder 
A. J. Albrecht 
H. H. Harwood 
R. C. Dillavou 

C. H. Farthing 



Juniors 



P. H. Ward 



A. R. IVENS 

H. C. Moore 
C. H. Fletcher 
W. D. Farthing 
Glen Ratcliff 
W . R. Morrison 




Fletcher Albrecht Farthing Ward Morrison Dui.avou 

Oehmke Arnold Harwood Eagle Prather 

HuBER Ka(;y Moore Wham Gilmore Webb 



An Impossibility — To "Chase" Sears away from a Sigma Kappa living in Urbana 

[446] 




OFFICERS 

President Emma Ff.lsknthal 

Secretary-Treasurer Gertkldk Xortox 

EXECrTIVE COMMITTEE 
Frances Simpson, Chairman Emma F"elsenthal 



Elizabeth Cass 



F. K. W . Dkiry 



N FACULTY 
Leroy 



MEMBERS I 

In a M. Brown 
LiLA Alexander 
Florence Curtis 
Jacob Hodnefield 
Alice S. Johnson 
Aurella Knapp 
Anna May Price 
Nellie Robertson 
Mary Torrance 
Elizabeth Bryan 
Philip S. Goclding 
Flora Case 
F. K. W. Drury 
Nellie Geddes 
Marc.aret Hutchins 
Emma R. Jctton 
Margaret Niver 

Ola M. Wyeth 



Prickett 
Frances Simpson 
Sloan D. W'atkins 
Frances M. Feind 
JosiE B. Houchens 
Jennie Craig 
Edith Emigh 
Margaret Herdman 
Charles E. Janvrin 
John Kaiser 
Adah Patton 
Mary H. Roberts 
Bertram Smith 
Albert S. Wilson 
Antoinette H. Goetz 
Margaret L. Kingsbury 
Phineas L. Windsor 



MEMBERS IX 

Eihth Ford 
Minnie Bollman 
Clara Brooks 
Elizabeth Cass 
Edna Darrow 
Ruth Dawson 
Fanny Dunlap 
Emma Felsenthal 
Edith Ford 
Ida Gangstad 
Sarah Hough am 
Mary Hubbard 
Emma Jackson 
Winifred Knapp 
Ethel Langdon 



LIBRARY SCHOOL 

Elizabeth Love 
Frances Mathis 
Gertrude Norton 
Fanny Noyes 
Marguerite Mitchell 
Catherine Oaks 
Ella Packard 
Mrs. Emma Parsons 
Honor Plummer 
Myrtle Renz 
Emily Robison 
Sabra Stevens 
Josephine Sackett 
Florence Waller 
Winifred Fahrencamp 



Freslimati to "Doc" Reed — "Saw professor, is it ever possible to take the greater from the 

lessr 
"Doc" Reed — "Yes, when yon take the conceit out of a freshman." 

[447] 




VNIVER^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



RAILWAY CLUB 




Our Mabel H'an-iner 

Sat in a corner 

Azvaiting her partner you see. 

She sat through the dance 

No one did advance, 

"7 guess I am stung," said she. 

[448] 



RAILWAY CLUB 

Established 1912 



OFFICERS 

President H. E. Marquettk 

Vice-President A. C. Van Zandt 

Secretary W. C. Sadler 

Treasurer A. S. Nevins 

MEMBERS 
In the Faculty 

W. F. M. Goss. M.S., D.Eng. E. R. Di: wsnup, A.M. 

F. C. Schmidt, M.E. F. W. Marquis 

F. S. FooTE, E.M. W. V. DuNKiN, B.S., M.E. 

A. M. Buck, M.E. C. C. Wiley, C.E. 

Graduates 

H. B. Ketzle H. n. Di'XN 

H. A. Houston 

Undergraduates 

A. S. Nevins J. If. Gougler 

Ray Boiselle H. E. Marquette 

A. B. Glenn S. V. Winquist 

F. J. Prout E. a. Reed 

L. Weaver D. A. Hill 

J. A. Wilson F. S. Remington 

E. H. Roth L. O. Chamberlain 

E. D. Duval E. E. Reddersen 
A. C. Van Zandt W. L. Sadler 

W^ Golden W. W. Ainsworth 

R. W. Booze J. J. McQuaid 

R. H. Clarke R. C. McLarty 

C. K. Wu T. L. Ku 

F. D. Murphy T. D. Shonts 
H. S. Smith R. A. Strong 
H. P. OuSLEY E. H. Stewart 

E. TiNZMANN 



Ettie Lantz. my Curly-locks, 

Wilt thou be mine? 

Thou shalt not wash dishes 

Nor yet feed the swine. 

But sit on a cushion 

And sew a fine seam 

And feed upon strawberries, sugar and cream. 

Carl Sigerson. 

[449] 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 





Streaking of the naughtiness of the ordinary stock picture used to advertise burlesque, did 
you ever see one of the flashlight photos taken at an annual Christinas tree party:' 

f 450] 



THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 





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BOVE /4LL^^ 
HUMAN iTY. "^MG 




S^iNTERjM/ITlONfil 






Cir: 



r-RlENLVH 
AR.T/ 
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COSMOPOLITAN CLU B 



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University of IVisconsin, igoj 



Colors — Cardinal and White 



Active Chapters, i8 



ILLIXOIS CHAPTER 

Established June lo. iqo8 

HONOR. I R )' M IIMB ERS 



President E. J. 


James 






Dkax T. -A. Clark 




ASSOCIATE MI 


iMBERS 


Dk. C. P). Warner 






Dr. Mason 


Rev. Vail 






I. KUHX 


C. Llovi) 




ACTIVE MEMBERS 


China 

K. Y. Chin 
C. Yen 
W. S. Woo 
C. S. Hsu 
H. Y. MoE 








Japan 

I. Maki 

T. TiDA 

S. Sekine 
S. Taxabe 

G. JiNGUJI 

N. Inagaki 
S. Furukawa 

G. MiZOGUCHI 


C. Shu 
C. K. Wu 
H. Y. ToNG 
W. Y. Shen 
P. K. LoE 














0. Wa Etaxabe 


T. H. Hsu 








Mexico 


Cuba 








E. Escobosa 


J. PORTUOXDO 








J. W. Salazar 


A. PoRTUOXDO 








C. S. Ferxaxdes 


E. M. Fajardo 








Philippines 


India 








V. Confessor 


M. L. DuTT 








J. Jalaxdoxi 


V. Y. Shevde 










B. B. Sircar 








Porto Rico 


S. K. Roy 








R. A. Soto 


Italy 








Russia 


M. F. Croce 








0. L. Liss 






United States 


Prof. Alvord 


R. 


H 


Albin 


L. T. HoRWicH 


Dr. C. E. Baldwin 


W 


B 


erger 


A. C. Kelley 


Prof. M. Brooks 


J. 


M. 


Brandstetter H. T. Wood 


Prof. T. E. Oliver 


P. 


A. 


Hoffman C. S. Moss 


Dr. B. Powell 


W 


A 


. Myers 


H. C. Albin 


Prof. Rax kin 


Bex < 


3est 


R. C. Scott 


Dr. a. R. Seymore 


C. 


H. 


HOBART 


A. M. Simons 


Prof. H. A. Hollister 








R. S. Simons 


He has leis 


ure for 


no 


thing but sleep— "U.w" Herbert 








[451] 






VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



EGYPTIAN CLUB 



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Butler Morrison Garrison Merrils Mattingley R.E.Mitchell 
Daly Poole E.E. Mitchell Veklie C.Farthixc. Schuh Pennebaker 

Walton Billman Webb T.A.Fritchey Reed Mathis P.Fritchey 

Helm Kac.y P. Farthing Berkemeyer Rollo Brockmkyer Wham 



Over the telephone— "Is this Mr. Mtmsell? I am Dean Fawcctt. Will you please be kind 

enough Mr. Munsell to stop bear catting and dipping at the club dances?" 
Sure Mr. Fawcett, I'll do everything I can to discourage it." 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




EGYPTIAN CLUB 

University of Illinois, igo6 Colors — Purple ami Ji'Iiite 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

R. P. RoLLO President W. C. Berkemeykr 

E. J. Verlie .... . . Vice-President D. W. P. Farthing 

C. P. Webb Secretary D. M.\this 

E. J. Brockmeyer ... . . Treasurer B. Kirk 

MEMBERS I.\ FACULrV 
Dean O. A. Harker J'ka.nk \\ . Siott 

MEMBER I\ CITY 
E. B. Creighton 

MEMBERS L\ ISllERSlTY 

Seniors 

P. B. Fritchey L. L. Helm 

j. L. Ka<;v C. p. Webb 

I'. \\ HAM D. D. Kirk 

D. W. BiLLMAN W. C. Berkemeyer 

Juniors 

J. E. Etherton B. L. Kirk 

E. J. Brockmeyer R. P. Rollo 
T. A. Fritchey H. S. Pfeffer 
E. J. Verlie E. C. Poole 

W. D. Farthing C. H. Farthing 

W. G. Butler 

Sophomores 

E. Mitchell R. E. Mitchell 

B. F. Reed D. Mathis 



"// is not love I zvant. it's respect" — Herrick Harwood. B IT 

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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



EASTERNERS' CLUB 



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Beel Kent Smith Shui.ters Newell Cahalen 

RuGG Miller Pudnev Mosher Foster Janson 

TuTTLE Brandt Reed Albin White Washburn 



These here )iiooii lit niijUts suijc/est that there air several tvays fur a feller to make eyes zi'ifh- 
flut gettiii' oil them athletic teams 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 



EASTERNERS' CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Lloyd V^inxf.nt Dfxkkr 
H.VROLD Cornelius Albin 
Thom.as Kenneth White 



MliMHERS IN FACULTY 



Lor IS P.K.WDT 

Arthur Kikrn.an 
Fr.axk Oliver Dr P^ovr 

H.ARVEV WlLL.\RI) MiLLER 

John Driscoll Fitz Ger.\ld 
Er.n'est W'infiem) R.mlev 



Francis S. Foote 
Chester Otis Reeu 
^I.AfRiCE Henry Robinson 
William Earle Mosher 
Thatcher Howard Guild 
Charles Fabeas Kelly 



RnifKRT Kent Steward 



MEMBERS IX [rXirERSITV 

Graduate 
John R. Shulters 

Seniors 



Percy Wilcox Gumaer 



Jerome King Haynes 
Charles Earle Whitney 
Charles Sidney Washburn 



George Arthur Xewell 
Alfred I)e Witt Hawley 



George Henry Foster 
Frank Charles Miller 
Joseph Deming Cahalen 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



William Riddle Kent 



Paul Heages Gibbs 
Harry G. Parkinson 
Howard Seneca Smith 



Leo Richard Bell 

Wii.LiA.M Kent Pudney 



Joh.v Miller Janson 
\\illiam John Venard 
Earle Underwood Rugg 



Arnold Hoffman Dorchester 
Specials 



Robert William Walker 



George Philip Tuttle 



'Reason and lore keep little company together now a days" — Peggy Dodds, A X f>, and George 
Newell, SAX 

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VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



H. H. CLUB 




Shonts Licht Hklt Simpson Kirkpatrick 

Prick Turnock Herriot Talbert Beckett Click Beitner Dixon 

MiKR.s Day Searle Decker Crittenberoer Poston Foster 

Crose Gross Blougii Fishkr Cutsham. Johnson Ade Simons 



Upon receiving an imitation to i- K open house — "J couldn't think of going until I got an 
'At Home' card"— Ames, 4' T 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




H. H. CLUB 





Oryanizcd 


1909 




B. S. Fisher, 2 X, '13 








C. R. Light, 2 A E, '13 


H. E. Foster, 2 X, '12 








J. 0. Crose, 2 N, '14 


H. C. Hei.t, 2 N, '13 








R. R. Click. 2 \, "15 


W. S. KlRKPATRlCK, A T, '14 








H. B. Decker, A T A. '15 


C. L. Simons, G A X, '12 








A. W. Gross, 2 X, '15 


J. M. Johnson, ATA, '14 








J. S. Herriot, ATA, '15 


R. H. CuTSHALL, K 2, '14 








R. S. Beitner, 2 N, '15 


J. A. Dixon. A X, '13 








E. F. Price, * K 2, '15 


J. 0. Ave, S X, '14 








F. F. Searle, 2 X, '14 


J. R. Beckett, Ben, '14 








T. D. Shonts, 2 N, '15 


G. D. Crittenberger, 2 X. '14 






H. A. Talbert, * 2 K. '15 


R. W. Day, 2 X, '14 








P. L. Meyers. * K ^P, '15 


P. F. Kerrigan, <I> K 4', '14 








W. M. Mehl. * K >k, '15 


R. H. MiERS, 2 N, '14 








L. A. TiRNocH, Z ^, '15 


F. E. Poston, 2 X, '14 








E. Blough, Z ^, '15 


L. M. Simpson, * K 2. '14 








B. Oswalt, 2 X, '15 


C. Q. Speck, * A 8. "14 








C. F. Applegate, 2 N, '15 


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He kuczv the taverns xvell in every town — "Buster'' Meek, * A 



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VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



KANSAS S0CIP:TY 




Wahi.in Dkakman Hitchcock Noble Prout Emery Bauer 

Adams Mueller Findev Stimson Hklo Inc.alls Searle Glover 

Dui'RAY Hull Bulselle Symons Schmidt Gee Peret 



'The roughest at 412 Green Street" — Girton 
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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




KANSAS SOCIETY 



I'oundcd. igio 



Colors — Gold and Brown 



First Seviester 



L. Schmidt . 
W. E. Glover 

H. S. MiKi.ij-R 



Ol-riCERS 



President . . 
. I'ice-President . 
Sec re til r\' and Treasurer 



Second Semester 

. T. A. Symon's 
. . . L). R. Hull 

. R. BOISELLE 



MEMBERS L\ FACULTY 



T. E. iMelvin, A.m. 

F. E. Held. A.M. 

G. E. \V.\HLi.\. Ph.D. 



R. C. Ingalls, A.m. 
E. L. Ross, A.B. 
Hklk.va Pintomh. B.S. 



1). W. McFarland. Ph I). 



MI-MBERS IX fSn-ERSITY 



E. F. Ada .MS 
Elna Alsin 

F. H. Allis 
N. C. Brooks 
R. Boiselle 
L. M. Bauer 
C. W. Clarke 
W. CowK.v 
Edna Darrow 
P. R. DixTox 
M. Dupray 

P. Emery 

J. FiNDLEY 

W. E. Glover 
W. B. Gernet 

C. E. Gee 

D. R. Hull 



E. Hitchcock 
Sarah Houciham 
R. R. Jakdine 
Ida Lark in 

H. S. Mueller 

L. M. XOBLE 

C. H. Peret 

F. J. Prout 

m. w. pu kell 
Edith Raymond 
C. S. Ross 
C. C. Searle 
L. Schmidt 

C. SCHENCK 

I. S. Stinson 
T. A. Symons 
Mrs. G. E. Wahlin 



Where are the stars of yesterday f — Otto Seiler 

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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



SHOMEEZ 

Intcrfratcrnity Missouri Club 

MEMBER IX CITY 
Colonel Bradley 



MEMBERS IN UNIVERSirV 



Eugene Patrick Bradley 
Chester Owen Fischer . 
Joseph McCrary McCune 
Paul Johnson Holdeman 
Erwix Anthony Schmitz 
Howard Alexander Mathews 
Reyburn Paul Hoffman . 
Benjamin Harrison Bloebaum 
Herbert August Steinmeyer 
Dean Chase . 
Edwin Wylde Tiedeman 
Forest Perin Hays . 
Edward Frank Bokern 
Walter Lester Nichols 
Thatcher Frank Davis 
Richard Bell Buchanan 
W'kbb Melvin Siemens 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Kappa Sigma 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Tan Omega 
Kappa Sigma 
Kappa Sigma 
Kappa Sigma 
Psi Upsilon 
Kappa Sigma 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Nell Holland — "You sec the 
Betas only a pitcher 



IJelts give a chest of silver for a tccdding present and the 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLO 



IRVIM 




OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer .... 
Corresponding Secretary 
Historical Secretary 
Sergeant-at-Arms . 



IsiuoR Rafkix 
X. C. Skidk.vberc; 
Arthur L. Epstkin 
JicssE Kramer 
Louis J. Horwich 
David M. Riff 
Joseph Brandstetter 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



A. R. Vail. Ph.D. 

E. C. Baldwix, Ph.D. 

Edward Sonnenschein 



Chas. S. Levi, Ph.D. 
Emil Leipziger, Ph.D. 

SiGMUXD LiVIXGSTON 



MEMBERS 



Samuel Abrams 
Mrs. Hannah Abrams 
Jos. F. Acker MAN 
M. L. Becker 
Chas. H. Berwald 
D. S. Blondheim. Ph.D. 
Joseph Brandstetter 
]\I. Buhai 
George Dubin 
Alexander Cohn 
m. czapler 
Arthur L. Epstein 
H. Geitner 
Philip X. Goldberg 
Miss Rae Goldman 
Robert Hatowski 
Louis J. Horwich 
Arthur L. Israel 
Samuel Korshak 
A. H. Roller. Ph.D. 
Jesse Kramer 

Jacob Zeitlix, 



Isaac Kuhn 
Eli Levin 
Oscar L. Liss 
Simon Litman, Ph.D. 
Mrs. S. Litman 
Edwin M. Lurie 
William Meyer 
Chas. S. Xarkinsky 
M. O. Xathan 
Miss Gertrude Xiderman 
IsiDOR Raffin 
Benjamin Rappaport 
David M. Riff 
N. Saperston 
N. C. Seidenberg 
A. M. Simons 
Raymond S. Simons 
Stanley J. Strauss 
David Turner 
Leo H. Wesifelt 
David Varon 
Ph.D. 



There is no love but at first sight — Alexander, <I> A 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



CHINESE STUDENTS' CLUB 



^^^ ^ # - 'N^ 3 lIB ^^ 

f5 ^ f^ -g '^ '^ 

Il.C.Ou V.T.Koo V.'l.To.Ni; H.V.Tong H.Chen T.T.Woo L.V.Chow W.S.Woo 
T.Nkw T.H.Liang Y.Young I.H.Si H.Y.Moh V.G.Chu P.K.Loh W.F.Wung T.L.Ku 
S.S.KiANG B.J.YiM C.K.Wi; H.A.Panhoe V.C.Chang C.C.Yen C.C. Kan J.Zek W.Shen M.Tsao 
K.Y.Chen C.C.Chu C.Hsu T.H.Hsu, T.Chuang C.S.Hsu, H.Y.Liang S.S.Chien, N.H.Liu 







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CHINESE STUDENTS' CLUB 



First Semester 
C. C. Yen- . 
W. S. Woo . 
K. Y. Chen 
C. Hsu . . 
C. K. \\v . 
H. C. Ou . 



OFFICERS 



President 
. Vice-President . 
Chinese Secretary 
English Secretary 

Treasurer 
House Manager 



Second Semester 

H. Y. MoH 

V. G. Chu 

Y. Young 

1. H. Si 

P. K. LoH 

. T. Xew 



GRADUATE MEMBERS 



W. F. Hu, D. B. '10 
H. C Ou, Ag. 'II 
Peter Soohoo. M. S. 'ii 
K. S. TSIANG. Ag. 'ii 



T. \V. Tu. C. E. '10 

C. C. Wang, Econ., Ph. D. 'ii 

C. P. Yin. B. L. A. 'ii 

T. T. Zhix. Rv. Ad., M. A. 'ii 



Chang, V. C, Ag. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Seniors 

H^r. r.. r. E. 



Juniors 



Chen, K. Y.. Chem. 
Chen, H.. Ch. E. 
Chu, C. C, Ag. 
Chu, V. G.. Ch. E. 
Chuang, T., a. E. 
LoH, P. K.. Ag. 
Moh, U. Y.. Ag. 



Young, Y., Ag. 



Pan HOE, H. A., C. E. 
Shen, W. Y., Ag. 
Wong, W. F., B. L. A. 
Woo, T. T., E. E. 
Woo. W. S., Ag. 
Wu, C. K., R. M. E. 
Yen, C. C, Sc. 



Chien, S. S., Ag. 
Hsu, C. S., B. L. A. 
Hsu, T. H.. Ag. 



Si>/^honiores 



Zee, J. Z., E. E. 



Koo, V. T., E. E. 
ToNG. Y. T.. M. S. E. 
YiM. R. J.. Ch. E. 



Chow. L. Y.. M. E. 
Kan, C. C, B. L. A. 
KiANG, S. S., Cer. 
Ku, T. L., Ry. Ad. 



Freshmen 



TsAO. M. C. L. A. 



Liang, H. Y., M. E. 
Liang, T. H., Ag. 
Xew, T., M. E. 
ToNG. H. Y., Ag. 



Sfyecial—Liv. X. H. 



Graduate — Ou, H. C. 



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E. H. Walworth 

S.T.Smith E.W.Mattoox 

W.A.McKnight R.P.Gacje 

Mabel Knight Ruth Freeman 

M.S.Mason R.E. U.wies R.J.Hale 

Grace Robinson Charlotte Mattoon 

J. A. Noon Cornelia mather R.C.Scott Helen Eninger L. M. Fort 



STUDENT VOLUNTEER BAND 

FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 



MEN 

Rali'H Cleland Scott 
Mayne Seguine Mason 
Chauncey Brown Watson 
James Arthur Noon 
Irving Brown Gilbert 
Allen Winslow Davis 
Louis Angelo Boettiger 
Rnv JosF.PH Hale 

Lyman Marion 



Raymond Evan Davies 
William A. McKnight 
Edward H. Walworth 
Robert P. Gage 
Stewart Tracy Smith 
Edwin Whittaker Mattoon 
Willard Cole Rappleye 
James Albert Hunter 
Fort 



Cornelia Mather 
Mabel Knight 
Ruth P'reeman 
Charlotte Mattoon 
Helen Eninger 



WOMEN 



Grace Robinson 

Mrs. Wm. A. McKnu;ht 

Laura P'isher 

Bessie Gallaher 

Eda Jacob 



'Have you seen Kinley's 'Money?'' 
'Why, no — zvliere docs he keep it?' 



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SECTION FOUR 



THE CHICAGO DEPARTMENT 



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VNIVER,SITY OF irLINOTS 



FACULTY 

HjlO-Ujll 

Edmund Janes James, Ph.D., LL.D., President 

William Edward Quine, iM.D.. LL.D., Dean. Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine 
Daniel Atkinson King Steele, M.D., LL.D., Actuary, Professor of Clinical Surgery 
Oscar A. King, M.D., Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Clinical Medicine 
Henry Parker Newman, A.M., M.D., Professor o'f Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology 
G. Frank Lydston, M. D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Venereal Diseases 
Wine Bremmerman, M. D., Adjunct Prof, of Genito-Urinary Surgery and I'enereal Dis- 
eases. 
John Erasmus Harper, A.M., M.D., Urofessor of Opiithalmology and Clinical Ophthalmology 
James M. G. Carter, M.A., Sc.D.. Ph.D., ^LD.. Professor of Clinical Medicine. Emeritus 
Henry Turman Byford, A.M., IVLD., Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology 
William Allen Pusey, A.M., M.D., J'ice Dean, Professor of Dermatology and Clinical 

Dermatology 
Thomas Archibald Davis, M.D.. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery 
Frank Breckenridge Earle, M.D., Secretary. Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Pediatrics 
Francis Rohekta Sherwood, ^LD., Professor of Surgery 
Adoli'H Gehkmanx, M.D., Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology 
William McIntyre Harsha, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery 
Maurice Louis Goodkind, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Frank Eldridge Wynekoop, M.S., M.D., Professor of Biology. Histology, and F.nihryology 
Carl Beck, M.D., Professor of Surgical Pathology 

George Peter Dreyer, A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, and I'hysiological Chemistry 
John Lincoln Porter, M.D., Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 
.Albert John Ochsner, B.S., F.R.M.S., ALD., Professor of Clinical Surgery 
Ale.xander Hugh Ferguson, M.B., CM., F.T.M.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery 
Arthur Mills Corwin, A.M., M.D., Professor of Physical Diagnosis 
Charles Sumner Bacon, A.M., Ph.B., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics 
Edward Franklin Wells. ALD., Professor of Clinical Medicine 
Charles Spencer Williamson, B.S., ALD., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Associate 

Professor of Medicine 
Bernard Fantus, ALD., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Clinical Medicine 
William Lincoln Ballenger, ALD., Professor of Laryngology. Rliijiology, and Otology 
Elmer DeWitt Brothers, B.S., LL.B., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence 
Bertha Van Hoosen, A.AL, ALD., Professor of Clinical Gynecology 
Rachelle S. Yarros, Al.D., Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Associate Professor of 

'Obstetrics 
P'rederick Tice, ALD., Professor of Diseases of the Chest ami Clinical .Medici)ie 
Ch.\rles Davison, ALD., Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery 
William Fuller, ALD., Professor of Operative Surgery and Adjunct Professor of Clinical 

Surgery 
Joseph AIcLntvre Patton, ALD., Professor of Clinical Medicine 
TwiN(; Brooks Wiggin, ALD., Professor of Physical Diagnosis 
William Elliott Gamble, B.S., ALD., Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and /Issociate 

Professor of Ophthalmology 
J. Brown Loring, ALR.C.S., C.AL, ALD., Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 
William Albert Fisher, ALD., Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 
Daniel Nathan Eisendrath, A.B., ALD., Professor of Surgery 
LL\rry Oscar White, M.D., Professor of Anatomy 

Stella May Gardner, ALD., Professor of Microscopical and Chemical Diagnosis 
Warren Coleman Hawthorne, B.A.. Professor of Chemistry 
Lee Harrison Mettler, A.AL, ALD., Professor of Clinical Neurology 
Channing Whitney Barrett, AI.D., Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology 
Bernard John Cigrand, ALS., D.D.S., Professor of Medical IHstory 

Charles Clayto.n O'Byrne, ALD., Associate Professor of Pathology and Adjunct Profes- 
sor of Surgery 
Richard Hunt Brown, ALD., Associate Professor of Clinical Laryngology. Rhi)i(>l(>gy and 

Otology 
Mary Gilruth AFcEwen, B.S.. .M.D.. Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology 
Stephen Gano West, AI.D., Adjunct Professor of Gynecology 
Edward H. Ochsner, B.S., ALD., Adjunct Professor of Clinical Surgery 
Edward AIilton Brown, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Clinical Surgery 

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Edwin Graffam Earle, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Medicine 

Clarence Bruce King, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry 

Mary Jeanette Kearslev, M.D.. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

Edward Louis Heintz, Ph.G., M.D., Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine 

Charles Edward Humiston. M.D., Adjunct Professor of Surgery 

Arthur Henry Brumbach, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

Frederick Gillett Harris. M.D., Adjunct Professor of Dermatology 

Gottfried Koehler, Ph.G., M.D.. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Joseph Beck, M.D., Clinical Professor of Laryngology. Rliinology, and Otology. 

William Lincoln Xoble, ^LD., Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Extra Mural 

Charles C. Clark, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Ralph Sherman Michel, ^LD., Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Extra Mura 

Ulysses Grant Darlinc, ^LD., Assistant Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry 

Emanuel Oliver Benson. A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Ephriam Kirkpatrick Findlay, cm.. M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

Cecil V. Bachelle, ^LS., ^LD., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Fred Drury Hollenbeck, M.D.. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Walter Clinton Jones. A.M., ^LD., Assistant Professor of Surgical Pathology 

Haim L Davis. M.D.. Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

John Weatherson. C.E.. M.I).. Instructor in Senior Medicine 

John Ralph Ballinger. M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology 

Emory Roe Hayhurst, ^LD., Assistant Professor of Microscopical and Chemical Diagnosis 

Budd Clarke Corbus, ^LD.. Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases 

]\Lark Twain Goldstine, M.D., Assistant Professor in Obstetrics 

Wallace McMurray P>urroU(;hs, M.D., Instructor in Surgery 

John Michael Lang. ^LU., Instructor in Gynecology 

Rachel Hickey Carr, M.D., Instructor in Surgery 

George Albert Gardner, M.D., Instructor in Medicine 

Solomon Eisenstaedt, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine 

Fred Carl Zapffe, M.D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

John Eddy Haskell, M.D., Instructor in Materia Medica 

George John Lorch, ^LD.. Instructor in Materia Medica and Clinical Medicine 

Henry Eugene Irish, M.D., Instructor in Materia Medico and Therapeutics 

Charles Humphrey Treadwell, M.D.. Instructor in Electro Therapeutics 

Carl Westman. M.B.. Instructor in Medical Gymnastics 

Irving Herbert Eddy, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology 

Bernard Montrose Conley, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Joseph Russell. M.D.. Instructor in Neurology 

George Ludwig Alt, M.D.. Instructor in Medicine 

'S\.\VRicR Lewison, M.D., Instructor in Diseases of the Chest 

William Henry Crede, M.D.. Instructor in Diseases of the Chest 

Frederick Hamilton Blayney, A.M.. M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

George H. Van Dyke, M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Gynecology 

Ulysses Grant Windell, M.D.. Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Extra Mural 

Svenning Dahi., M.D.. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Extra Mural 

Arthur William Stillians. M.D.. Instructor in Dermatology and Venereal Diseases 

Charles Francis Yerger, M.D.. Instructor in Operative Surgery 

Charles Cornelius Clark, M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

William Butler West. M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology 

John Ross Harger. M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

Annie Esther Barron. M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics 

Clara P. Seippel, M.D.. Instructor in Clinical Gynecology 

Frank Donaldson Moore. ^I.D., Instructor in Surgery 

Otto Herman Rohrlack, ]M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics 

Frederick George Dyas, M.D.. Instructor in Surgery 

Gregor Boris Hassin. ]\I.D., Instructor in Neurology 

Alexander Sandor Hershfield, M.D.. Instructor in Neurology 

Nelson ^Mortimer Percy. }kI.D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

Albert John Schoenberg, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology 

Lois Lindsay \\'ynekopp, M.D., Instructor in Biology, Histology, and Embryology 

Frank Marion Horstmann, M.D., Ph.G.. Instructor in Biology. Histology, and Embryology 

RoDEN Robinson Duff, M.D., Instructor and Demonstrator in Anatomy 

\\iLLiAM C. Smith, M.D.. Instructor and Demonstrator in Anatomy 

William Thomas Harsha. M.D., Instructor and Demonstrator in Anatomy 

Wilbur Maynard French, M.D., Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics 

Ralph Randall Holmes, A.:M., ]M.D., Instructor of Medicine 

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VNTVRRSITY OF ILLINOIS 



EDWARO I.Ol'IS HEIXTZ. lli.r... ^f.D. 



EDWARD LUUIS HEIXTZ. son of John Eouis and Francis de i'>amrn- 
teind Heintz, was born in Rolla, Missouri. 
After attending the public schools, he matriculated in the University 
of Soutli Dakota, and later graduated in the College of I'hanuacy. While at- 
tending the University he \va> a member of the Track Team. He graduated 
fmni tlic ."^1. Louis College of Pharmacy with the degree PIi.< ".. cum laude. in 
190S and then matriculated in the College of Medicine. University of Illinois 
where he received his degree M.D. in 1901. 

Dr. Heintz has been connected with the faculty of the College of Medicine 
since his graduation. He was assistant Professor of Materia ^ledica from 1901- 

07. and Adjunct Professor of ^Materia ]\Iedica 
from 1907-1911. In the fall of 191 1 he was given 
the Chair of Junior Medicine and is also Assist- 
ant Professor of Clinical Medicine. Dr. Heintz 
i< the attending physician, Secretary and one of 
the Founders of the I'niversity Hospital, wdiich 
is one of the finest hospitals in Chicago. He is 
also professor of Medicine and ^^lateria Medica 
in the University Hospital of Training School for 
nurses and one of its founders. 

He is Ex-President <>t the Chicago Associa- 
tion of the University of .South Dakota and is 
ex-\'ice-President of the Chicago Alumni As- 
sociation of the L'niversity of Illinois. 

Dr. Ileintz is a member of the American 
.Medical Association, the Illinois State Medical 
Society, Chicago Medical Society, and has been an officer of the Grand Council 
of Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity since 1902; during this time he compiled 
and edited the Directory a!id Catalog of the Fraternity. He married llertha 
Marie Hauses, May 14, 191 1. 




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WILLIAM McIXTYRE HARSH A. A.B.. M.D. | 

THE sLiljject of this sketch was born and s[)ent liis boyhood days in South- 
ern Ohio. His parents were William lUichanan and Rachel Mclntyre 
Harsha. He attended the public scIiddIs. a local academ\ , and graduated 
at the Xormal University at Lebanon, lie Ijegan his medical studies in Mich- 
igan University, attended the second year at Cincinnati and graduated at the Chi- 
cago Medical College (now Northwestern Cniversity Medical School ) in 1883. 
After a few years of successful practice in Cerro 
Gordi) and Decatur. Illinois, he returned to Chi- 
cago in 1890. During the first year here he to<:ik 
post graduate work, specializing in surgery and 
clinical diagnosis. He was chiefly instrumental 
in starting the Columbus Medical Laboratory, at 
that time a pioneer movement here in aid of 
laboratory diagnosis for physicians. 

In i8(;i he became connected with the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, now the College 
of Medicine of the University of Illinois. In 
1896 he was appointed to the Chair of Clinical 
Surgery which ])lace he now holds. 

Dr. Harsha has been a contributor to medi- 
cal journals, a worker in various medical associa- 
tions and societies. He is on the surgical stafT 
of St. Luke's Hospital; and is a member of the American Medical Association, 
the American Academy of Medicine, the Illinois State, Mississippi Valley, Tri- 
State, Chicago Medical and Chicago Surgical Societies, and also of the Univer- 
sity, Hamilton, Press and Physicians Clubs, and of the Chicago Association of 
Commerce. 




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ILLINI SENIORS 



ESEK ALBERT AISEXSTADT Chicago 

B n 

Appointment, Resident Staff of Minneapolis City 
1 lospital 



ALBERT ALLEN 



Chicago 



* A n 



ROY FRED BREEDEN Richland Center, Wis. 

* P 2 

Interne St. Mary's Hospital 



CHARLES PATTON BLAIR Peebles, Ohio 

* K n ; N 2 N ; A Q A 



GEORGE A. CHICKERIXG 

cI' X 

Graduate of University (if Iowa 



Oquawka 



I'DWARI) .\LBi;Rr CIIRISTOFFERSON 

Neenah. J I' is. 

<!' 15 II 

Chairnian Kxtcutive Committee of the Senior Class 



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ILLINI SENIORS 



WALTER WILLIAM CRESS 

* X 



Monticello, hid. 



F. RAYMOND CROOKS 

A K K 
Internship University Hospital 



Gillman 






FRANK DICOSOLA 



Chicago 



CHARLES CHESTER DICKEXSOX Dcs Plautes 

<!> X 



WILLIAM E. DOXAHOE Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

X S X 

St. Thomas College, 1908 



HARRY J. DWYER 

Internship Alexian Bros. Hospital 



Chicago 



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CLEM EXT ETSCMER Fort Recovery, Ohio 

4> n n 

Interne Uni\iTsity Hospital 



RUSCUE KUBV J-'ISK Plainviezv, Minn. 

A K K 
Interne at Augustana Hospital 



ABE GEORGE FLEISHMAN Des Moines, Iowa 



JOHN SIMPSON GORDON JJ'atit^aca, Wis. 

N 2 N ; A K E 



HAROLD VOGT GOULD Cliicago 

<!> A 

Jiinii)r Treasurer: Assistant, Surgical Pathology In- 
terne Ravenswood Ilospital 



HENRY VIRGI 



I ANSON 
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1 1 uti liinstiii, Minn. 



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ILLINI SENIORS 



FRANK EMERSON INKS Ohio, Illinois 

* X 

Graduate of the University of Illinois, Member of 
Ex Committee of Senior Class 



NICOLAS JARINE 



Chicago 



W ALTER RANMuNiJ JONES Redman 

Graduate of University of Illinois; Varsity Track 
Team 



HARR^■ KXOTT Plymouth. Ind. 

A K K ; * A 



I. E. KOHN Chicago 

A * 2 

Student Assistant in Therapeutics and Pharmacy 



THEODORE KOLVOORD Battle Creek, Mich. 







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ILLINI SENIORS 



SIGURD H. KRAFT 

A K K 

Interne at St. Elizabeth's Hospital 



Chicago 






LOUIS A. KRATZEXSTEIN Escanaba, Mich. 



JACK R. LAVIERE 



Chicago 



WELCOME BABCOCK LEWIS, B.S. Battle Creek 



EDMUND W , LITTLEFIELD 

A K K 
Internship, Wa^hinston Park Hospital 



Chicago 






ROCCO V. LOBRAICO Chicago 

IntiTiiship at Cnlninhus Extension Hospital 



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ILLINI SENIORS 



GILBERT M. LOEWE Chicago 

A * S 

Executive Committee: Junior House Staff; Interne 
to Michael Rees Hospital 



L. L. LORENZ Rockford, Iowa 

* P 2; 
Interne St. Mary's Hospital 



J. H. LYNN 



Barrie, Ontario 



* B n 



Historian of Class '12 



WALKER ROSCOE MARKS 

A K K 



I'iuita, Oklahovui 



C. J. McMULLEN 



Valedictorian 



Chicago 



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p. M. MILLER 



Polo 



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RALPH D. MURPHY St. Petersburg. Fla. 

A K K 
Appointed Interne to University Hospital ; Chicago 
Editor of Illio (2) (3) (4) ; Editor of Plexus, Sum- 
mer Session 1910 








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XAUM GEORGE XASIF 
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 



Elmonsif. Syria 



OLU'ER S. OLSON 



Duluth, Minn. 



A K K 



Editor-in-Chief of the Plexus 1908-1912; Junior Pit 
Staff 



JAMES BERNARD RAUB, Ph.G. Spokane, Wash. 

<I' B n 

Graduated from Washington State College, '08 



ARTHUR CALVIN RHINE Faintor, Iowa 

Vice-President Sophomore Year; Member Junior 
Pitt Staff 



HOBART C. RUDDICK Sandoval 

2 * E 

Interne Passavant Hospital : Member of Executive 
Committee: Assistant House Physician 



B. G. STEPHENSON 



Toronto, Canada 



4> X 



ARTHUR E. A. WANDERER 
Associate Class Editor 



Oak Park 



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CLASS HISTORY OF 1912 

THE TIME— October ist. 1908. 10 A. M. 
The place — The l)road verdant campus of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

The scene — One of excitement, confusion and what at first glance appeared 
like primitive barbarous warfare. The annual class rush was in i)rogress. 

We the green, ignorant, uncouth, pestiferous vermin of the class of 1912 
(just then arrived) had accei)ted the dare attack, the mighty array of the soph- 
omores. Records say that it was a glorious fight and many were the valorous 
deeds. Fortune did not smile on us this our lir>t day at College (the latter 
accounts for our stick to it-record since then) at 12 A. M. weary, muddy, egg 
bespattered, shirtless, bruised and torn we were forced to beat a retreat, carry- 
ing our wounded heroes off the field in inglorious and bitter defeat. 

Class organization came next and Mr. O. Herrin was chosen as president. 
In which capacity he proved a hustler ; so much so that at the end of the first 
year an unanimous vote replaced him at the helm for the second term. 

The excitement of those days! How will we remember the amoeba, para- 
meciak expounded to us by Drs. Wyneloop. How formidable Gray's anatomy ap- 
peared — our Uncle De White struggling w itli u^ with niiglit and main, but finally 
we accumulated much knowledge concerning the luunan body. 

Oh, weary days and nights! 

The freshman year passed at last and we sold out title "D. J's" with a sigh 
of relief and with a few exceptions returned home to tell the folks all about it. 

The sudden and deplorable death of Mr. Kibe cast the only shadow over our 
first year's course. 

The fall of '09 found most of the class back at College. A few of our num- 
ber had left us for "ways unknown." 

Prosaic work claimed us from the start. We trod the tangled paths of phy- 
siology, the disease stricken ways of pathology and the intricacies of therapeutics 
and pharmacology-. The memories of those hours of toil in laboratories where 
lurked diseased calls, and blood vessels, where faradic and galmanic electricity 
would get mixed up. Where incompatables and vile smelling compounds must be 
made! All those will ever be with us. 

The Junior year opened auspiciously with a roll call of 156. Many new faces 
were in our midst; a few more had dropped out from disaster met with on the 
rocks of sophomore year or from shear weariness. 

IVIr. S. A. Donahue held the reigns of government and served the class as 
a good leader should. 

We were introduced to Dr. Williamson and the Dispensary Department and 
then learned what we did not know — volumes might be written ! Under Dr. 

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Earle we received our medicine, who expounded to us the basis for our later 
study. As tuberculosis and typhoid were discussed our interest increased and 
slowly but surely we began to acquire the look of medical wisdom which the mys- 
teries of medicine stamps on one. 

Election of officers was held during the latter part of the term at which Air. 
Ferguson was elected president. 

October ist, 191 1. found most of our number back, eager for the final lap. 
Early in the first semester, the death of our most respected and honored teacher, 
Dr. Hugh Alexander brought sorrow to the hearts of every senior student. Dr. 
Ferguson's ability as a surgeon was untjuestioned and as a teacher was loved by 
all his pupils. 

At this stage of our career life in all its seriousness looms up before us. 
To think in a few months we shall l)e graduate M.D's. The stern realities of 
medical practice will be before us. With no one to guide us or point out our 
mistakes. No longer can we sit on the benches and watch the destrous pit staff 
under the guidance of Mr. Malttey ; push carts and assist the big ones, nor can 
we longer expect to hear chief O'Herrin and Mr. Ross discuss the leading ques- 
tions (the fate of the Ross Club). 

But with the same determination that has landed us safely thus far, we 
shall gird our armor on still more tightly, and step forth to do our share of the 
battle loyally, and hopeful that fate may be kind to us, when we first register in 
the School of Experience. 




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ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 



Alpha 




Beta 




Gamma 


Delta 




Epsilon 


Zeta 




Eta 




Theta 




Iota 




Kappa 




T-ainl)da 


Mil 




Xu 




Xi 




Omicron 


Pi 




Rho 




Sigma 




Tail 




Upsilon 


Phi 




Chi 




Psi 




Omeg 


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Alpha 


Beta 


Alpha 


Gamma 


Alpha 


Delta 


Alpha 


Epsilon 


Alpha 


Zeta 


Alpha 


Eta 


Alpha 


Theta 


Alpha 


Iota 


Alpha 


Kappa 


Alpha 


Lambda 


Alpha 


Mu 


Alpha 


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Xi 


Alpha 


Omicron 


Alpha 


Pi 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 

Medical Department Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons. San Francisco, Cal. 

Tufts Medical School, Boston, Mass. 

Medical Department University of Vermont, Burlington. Vt. 

Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Long Island College Hospital Medical School, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 111. 

Maine Medical School, Bowdoin College, Brunswick. Me. 

Medical Department Syracuse University, Syracuse, X. Y. 

Medical Department Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Medical Department Cornell University, Xew York, X. Y. 

Medical Department University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rush Medical College, Chicago. 111. 

Medical Department Xorthwcstern University. Chicago. 111. 

Medical Department University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Sterling-Ohio Medical L'niversity. Columbus. Ohio 

Denver and Gross Medical College, Denver, Colo. 

Medical Department University of California, San Francisco, Cal. 

Medical Department University of the South. Sewanee, Tenn. 

Medical Department University Oregon, Portland. Oregon 

Medical Department University Nashville and University Tennessee, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Medical Department Vanderbilt University', Xashville. Tenn. 

Medical Department University Minnesota, Minneapolis. Minn. 

Medical Department University Xashville and University Tennessee, Xash- 
ville. Tenn. 

Medical Department Tulane University. Xew Orleans. La. 

Medical Department University of Georgia. Augusta, Ga. 

Medical Department McGill University, Montreal, P. Q. 

Medical Department University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 

Medical Department George \Vashington University. Washington, D. C. 

Yale Medical School, X'ew Haven, Conn. 

Medical Department University of Texas. Galveston. Te.xas 

Universitv Michigan. Department of Medicine and Surgery. Ann Arbor, 
Mich; 

L^niversity College Medicine. Richmond. Va. 

Medical College of the State of South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. 

Medical Department, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. 

Medical Department. University of Louisville. Louisville, Ky. 

Medical Department, Western Reserve University. Cleveland, Ohio 

U^niversitv ^Iedical College. Kansas City. Mo. 

Medical Department of University of Pittsburg 



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ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 

Dartmouth College, 1881 Colors — White and Green 

Active Chapters. 39 

ETA CHAPTER 

FRATRES IN URBE 



Karl Win field Nay, M.D. 
Fenton B. Turck, M.D. 
Frank E. David, M.D. 
R. N. Swindle, M.D. 
Wesley J. Woolston, M.D. 
Lewis D. Sheppard, M.D. 
Albert H. Bi'rr, M.D. 
Clarence D. Barker, M.D. 
Cassius C. Rogers, M.D. 
Robert G. Savage. M.D. 
E. D. Hatch, M.D. 
George H. Mtsselmann. M.D. 
Leslie F. McDiarmid. M.D. 
William H. Daley, M.D. 
Walter C. Mckee 
Frank G. Douglas, M.D. 

Steven G. 



Henry B. Hemenway, M.D. 
Lucius Donkle, M.D. 
F. G. Knappenberger, M.D. 
Thomas W. Parshe, M.D. 
Joseph A. Jorger, M.D. 
Jay L. Armstrong. M.D. 
Oliver J. Fay, M.D. 
Charles E. Barnes, M.D. 
David H. Fitzgerald, M.D. 
Edward K. Armstrong, M.D. 
J. E. E. Nelles, M.D. 
C. W. Ruus, M.D. 
Charles W. Bates, M.D. 
Raymond W. McXealy, M. D. 
Arthur F. Grove. M.D. 
.Albert Pearson, M.D. 
West, M.D. 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Charles Davison, M.D. 
Sanger Brown, M.D. 
William Lincoln Noble, M.D. 
Mathias Joseph Seifert, M.D. 
TwiNG Brooks Wiggin. M.D. 
Wilbur M. French, M.D. 
Vandy Frank Masilko, M.D. 
Howard O. Shafer. M.D. 
Seth Wicks, M.D. 
Lester M. Stearns, A.M., M.D. 
John Ross Harger, A.M., M.D. 
Harry Eugene Irish, M.D. 

Lewis 



W. 



F. E. Wynekoop, M.S., M.D. 
Ephraim K. Findlay, CM., M.D. 
Edward Louis Heintz, Ph.G., M.D. 
George J. Lorch, Ph.G., M.D. 
William E. Gamble, B.S., M.D. 
William Fuller, M.D. 
John Eddy Haskell, B.S., M.D. 
P. Gad Kitterman, M.D. 
J. Brown Loring, CM., M.D. 
Charles R. Bates, M.D., M.R.C.S. 
Richard Charles Steffen, M.D. 
Charles Cornelius Clark, M.D. 
BoE merman 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



Harry Knott 
L. D. Harris 

E. W. LiTTLEFIELD 

F. R. Crooks 
R. D. Murphy 
R. R. FisK 


Juniors 


F. E. Shipman 
0. S. Olson 

R. HURKA 

J. J. Mershon 
S. M. Kraft 
R. W. Marks 


L. S. Light 

E. H. Pea 

F. N. Cliff 
E. F. Slavik 


Sophomores 


R. L. TuRBY 

D. L. Dawson 
C A. Selby 
S. C Fleming 


C E. Lindsay 
R. J. Harrington 
H. T. Baxter 
0. B. Rensch 


Freshmen 


E. M. Thomas 
U. B. Harris 
C E. Wiseman 
R. D. Robinson 


Dean C Brown 
Walter F. Wiese 
James E. Thiel 


Pledges 


Walter S. Mix 
Jesse H. Roth 
Arthur W. Hoagland 


A. W. Sandall 


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NU SIGMA NU 

Founded at i'lii^'crsity of Micliicjan, 1SS2 



Active Chai-tirs. 31 



Established, iSg2 



KTA CHAPTER 



Colors — H'iue and Jl'hite 



FR.4TRES IX l-.ICCI.T.ITR 



William E. Quine 
Oscar A. King 
D. A. K. Steel 
Frank R. Earl 
Charles S. Williamson 
Thomas A. Davis 
W. M. Harsh A 
John L. Porter 
Carl Beck 
Henry Bveoro 
F. H. Blayney 



Frank I). Moore 
F. G. DvAS 
John Weatherson 
P. H. Holmes 
A. K. Stangland 
Walter C. Jones 
F. M. Horstman 
Emery R. Hayhurst 
John M. Berger 
Bert Woods 
John M. Birk 



FRATRES IX UXIfERSITATE 



C. P. Blair 
C. J. Wagner 

J. S. GORPON 



Seniors 



W. E. Don a HOE 

S. A. DONAHOE 

P. M. Miller 



F. J. Oates 
J. T. Grayston 
F. Cayley 



Juniors 



P. B. Welch 
O. E. Xadeau 
F. R. XuzcM 



H. E. Webb 
R. C. Eaton 



Sophomores 



K. L. Johnston 



E. J. Gotthelf 
R. C. Hart MAN 



A. Betts 

C. J. Larkin 



Freshmen 



W. L. Johnson 
C. Pinkerton 



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PHI BETA PI 

University of Pittsburg, i8gi Colors — Green and White 

Active Chapters, 2)~ 

IOTA CHAPTER 
Established March 20, 1902 

FRATRES IN URBE 

J. F. Kearney, M.D. 

E. W. Jackson, M.D. 
W. P. Davenport, M.D. 
M. F. Easton 

F. S. Wilson, M.D. 
Xevvton D. Lee, M.D. 
F. Lee Stone, M.D. 
L. H. Graner, M.D. 
A. E. MacCornack, M.D. 
L. H. Miller 

FRATRES I.\ FACULTATE 



B. Barker Beesen, M.D. 
Walter P. Gerhard, M.D. 
L. Cardinal Quinn, M.D. 
George A. Hoss, M.D. 
H. M. Wilson, M.D. 
L. D. Howe, M.D. 
R. R. McClallan, M.D. 
Fred A. Berry, M.D. 
L. D. Barding, M.D. 
Elmer W. Moseley, M.D. 
L. S. Simon, M.D. 



Earl J. Beyers, M.D. 

W. A. Gross, M.D. 

Wallace E. Rose, M.D. 

Edwin Hess, M.D. 

R. R. McCarthy, M.D. 

H. L. Kraft, M.D. 

F. L. Hammerstrand, M.D. 

S. A. Smith, M.D. 

N. E. Marion 

.*\. W. Sc ho M LEBER, M.D. 

H. H. Steere, M.D. 



Chas. S. Bacon, A.M., Ph.D. 
H. Oscar White, M.D. 
Edward Fischkin, M.D. 
R. R. Dlff, M.D. 
Simon Ludwig, Ph.B., M.D. 
Erick J. Danek, Ph.G., M.D. 
L. J. Hughes, M.D. 
G. J. Zoehrlaut, M.D. 
Harry Smejkel, M.D. 



M.D. 



George P. Dreyer, A.B., Ph.D. 

L. Harrison Mettler, A.M., M.D. 

George A. Gardner, M.D. 

F. W. Nickel, M.D. 

Louis F. Alrutz, M.D. 

L. M. Schmidt 

L. G. Witherspoon, A.M., M.D. 

William H. Brown, B.S. 

O. H. Rohrlack, M.D. 



FRATRES IX UN ll'ERSITATE 

Seniors 

Edwin R. Butterfield 
Edward A. Christofferson 
James B. Raub 
R. A. Logan 

J. M. CONERTY 



Robert F. I-'leeger 



John F. Martin 
John H. Lynn 
Clarence H. Wieneke 
Clement J. Fisher 
James F. Peattie 



Juniors 



F. E. Brinkerhoff 
Eugene A. MacCornack 
A. M. Frank 
Joseph S. Lundholm 
Theodore D. Burger 
Raymond M. Wall 
Willis H. Watson 

Max Brachvogel 
Harry E. Peters 
w. b. sw.\ckhamer 
Walter E. Mueller 
Clarence Smart 

R. Rhodes 
E. King 



R. Marcus Sathe 
R. E. Brown 
Floyd H. Poteet 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



C. Reinhardt 
Pledges 



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Howard S. Perry 
Paul S. Hageman 
Imus p. Rice 
Anthony F. Delfosse 
Stephen M. Burdon 
Allan F. Hruby 
M. E. Loll.ar 

George N. Hiskey 

C. Arthur Johnson 
A. E. Shell 

H. G. Champlin 

D. R. Brengle 

R. McCoRNACK 

F. Hahn 



Karl A. Anderson 
o. m. gochnaur 
Leroy H. Harner 




VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 




Walsh CtJMEi, GA(;ii Mai.tkv 1;ku\v.n Mvkks Ha/.i.f.tt Powell Dkvers 
Kellner Dowell Clark Bloomi ield Juers Liewekth Carnahan Athon 

VanKirk Lancan Park Taylor Rokbins Thompson Moore McMullin Simmons 
Edwards Carbkrry Reddick Mlner Smith Vaughn Tupper Joyce 



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Richmond. J'irginia, igoi 



Colors — Red and Purple 



ILLIXOIS ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established December iS, igoj 



MvLO Lee. M.D. 

B. A. Harrison, .M.D. 

E. H. 'SI. Griffith, M. 

E. J. TOELLER, M.D. 

G. A. Dean. ^LD. 
G. E. Johnson, M.D. 
E. W. White, M.D. 
Francis Deacon, M.D. 
A. .'\. Herrman, M.D. 
D. G. Bargess, M.D. 
S. P. KiHN. >r.D. 
L. F. Smith, ^LD. 



FR.-iTRHS IN URBE 

A. \V. Gregg, ^LD. 
J. E. Hoffman, ^LD. 
D. J. L. Knapp, M.D. 

C. V. WiNSETT, M.D. 

\V. R. Hedrick, M.D. 
-A. G. Johnson, M.D. 
J. J. Meaney, M.D. 
Bartholomew Kinnv 
C. B. Jack man. M.D. 
C. Ginfierson, M.D. 
J. J. Monahan. ^LD. 
W. B. Barr, ^LD. 
T. E. Shimer, M.D. 



M.D. 



FR.ITRES IX FACULTATE 



A. R. Tohnstone, M.D. 

E. O. Benson. M.D. 

O. B. Fl-nkhowser. W.Y).. B.S. 

H. Wentz. M.D. 

John Fisher, ^LD. 

X. G. Darling. M.D. 

M. CuzNiK. M.D. 

A. W. Freese, M.D. 



C. V. Bachelle, >LD. 

L. W. Schwab, Nf.D. 

W. C. Hawthorne, B.A.. M.S. 

C. H. Phifer, M.D. 

J. F. Btrkholder, >r.D. 

E. D. Brothers. B.S.. LL.D. 

E. \V. White. M.D. 

S. Eisenstakdt. B.S.. M.D. 



F RAT RES IX VXIVERSITATE 
Seniors 



P. V. Joyce 

A. Thompson 
T. B. Walsh 
H. W. Maltby 

B. ROBBINS 



J. J. Powell 
H. W. Tupper 
W. R. Brown 
G. H. Smith 
H. A. Myers 
J. H. Bloomfield 
N. V. Comes 



R. H. JUERS 

V. V. Kellner 
Fred G. Clark 
J. A. Van Dirk 

Walter C. Athon 

O'Connor 



W . R. Vaughn 
Juniors 



W. H. Haxlett 
Sophomores 

Freshmen 
Pledges 



R. O. Taylor 
S. R. Moore 
H. C. Ruddick 
A. E. Gage 
C. J. McMtller 



A. C. Edwards 
T. O. Carkberry 

R. F. DOWELL 

L. H. Simmons 
L F. Barnett 
F. A. Smith 
L. L. Parke 



\X. E. ^L Devers 
W^ H. Miner 
A. J. Langan 
W. E. Carnahan 

Walter S. Siewerth 

Munson 




VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 



Alpha 

West Virginia Beta 

Pennsylvania Beta 

Pennsylvania Gamma 

Illinois Alpha 

Colorado Alpha 

Pennsylvania Delta 

Virginia Delta 

North Carolina Beta 

Ohio Alpha 

Indiana Alpha 

New York Alpha 

Virginia Epsilon 

Georgia Alpha 

Delaware Alpha 

Arkansas Alpha 

Virginia Zeta 

Virginia Eta 

Pennsylvania Epsilon 

Virginia Theta 

Ohio Gamma 

Vermont Alpha 

Alabama Alpha 

North Carolina Gamma 

New Hampshire Alpha 

District of Columbia Alpha 

Kansas Alpha 

California Alpha 

Washington Alpha 



Richmond, Virginia 
Morgantown, West Virginia 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 
Chicago, Illinois 
Boulder, Colorado 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Williamsburg, Virginia 
West Raleigh, North Carolina 
Ada, Ohio 

West Lafayette, Indiana 
Syracuse, New York 
Lexington, Virginia 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Newark, Georgia 
Fayetteville, Arkansas 
Ashland, Virginia 
Charlottesville, Virginia 
South Bethleham, Pennsylvania 
Lexington, Virginia 
ColumI)us, Ohio 
Northfield, Vermont 
Auburn, Alabama 
Durham, North Carolina 
Hanover, New Hampshire 
Washington, D. C. 
Baldwin, Kansas 
Berkeley, California 
Lermmitt, Washington 



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CHAPTER ROLL 

Alpha University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Zeta University of Texas, Galveston, Texas 

Eta Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

Theta University College of ^Icdicine, Richmond, Va. 

Iota University of Alabama, Mijhile, Ala. 

Lambda University of Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mu Imliana University Medical School, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Nu Birmingham Medical School, Birmingham, Ala. 

Xi Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, Texas 

Omicron Tulane University, Xew Orleans, La. 

Pi \'anderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 

Rho University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Sigma College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga. 

Tau Medical College of the State of South Carolina, Charleston, S. C. 

Upsilon Atlanta Medical College, Atlanta, Ga. 

Phi George Washington University, Washington, D. C. 

Chi Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Psi University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Alpha Alpha University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. 

Alpha Theta Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 

Beta Beta Baltimore Medical College, Baltimore, Md. 

Gamma Gamma Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. and Portland, Me. 

Delta Delta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. 

Kappa Alpha Kappa Georgetown University, Georgetown, D. C. 

Sigma Theta University of Xorth Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Chi Theta Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pi Delta Phi University of California 

Upsilon Pi University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phi Sigma Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago, 111. 

Psi Rho Sigma Northwestern University, Chicago, 111. 

Iota Pi University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Phi Beta University of Illinois, Chicago, 111. 

Kappa Delta Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Theta Upsilon Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alpha Mu Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 

Phi Rho St. Louis University, St. Louis. Mo. 

Sigma Upsilon Leland Stanford, Jr. University, Palo Alto, Cal. 



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PHI CHI 



University of rcnnoiit, 1886 



Colors — Green and White 



Active Chapters, 37 



Alumm Chapters, i 



PHI BETA CHAPTER 



Establislicd Deconber 2^. igcg 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Seniors 



Fred J. Port 
Benson M. Jewell 
Walter W. Cress 
B. G. Stephenson 
Richard A. Rupert 
Chester Dickinson 



A. X. Chatel 

J. A. Ebert 

F. Emerson Inks 

Henry A. Hanson 

Torrance Reed 

George A. Chickering 



Juniors 



Lewis A. Seymer 
Todd J. Wilson 
Max W. Trentzsch 
J. A. Orbison 
Ralph A. Woods 
Harve R. Sharp 
W'. Z. Earl 



P"rank H. Kelly 
James O. Droste 
Alvah L. Sawyer 
Clarence V. Smith 
G. L. McLellan 
Clark Zugg 
R. a. Crawford 



Arthlk Davis 
H. W. Kleinschmit 
Emery H. Dufour 
Roy M. Bowell 



Sophomores 



Roy E. Fox 



Milton A. Wiese 

W. A. WOOLEY 

S. J. Alden 
Paul S. Traxler 



J. J. Sharp 

Albert Vanderkloot 

Clarence L. Warner 



Freshmen 



E. G. Hakansson 



Alfred E. Jones 
Henry A. Start 
Dean S. Smith 



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PHI DELTA 



Long Island College Hospital, igoi 



Colors — Black and Gold 



Active Chapters, io 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 



Alpha Alpha 
Alpha Beta 
Alpha Gamma 
Alpha Delta 
Alpha Epsilon 
Alpha Zeta . 
Alpha Mu . 
Alpha Nil . 
Alpha Chi . 
Alpha Omicron 



Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ohio Medical University, Columbus, Ohio 

Union University, Albany, N. V. 

Wisconsin College, Milwaukee, Wis. 

University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo. 

Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 

University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago, 111. 

St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. 

University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois 



ALPHA OMICROX CHAPTER 
Established igo8 



FRATRES IN URBE 



T. il. Needham 
R. W. Pratt 

F. J. CONROV 
D. C. MOILIUNG 

C. R. Bassler 
R. G. Fischer 



J. A. Valentine 
H. J. Duffy 
J. A. Braham 
J. L. LeBeau 
J. W. Regheimer 
B. L. Vilna 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Walter C. Jones 



M. T. Goldstine 



Aime p. Heineck 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



E. C. Sack 
W. S. Schiele 

C. R. Van Gundy 

A. Allen 

L. W. Childers 

F. J. Chmelik 
H. L. TiMM 

G. O. Pearce 

J. Engersather 
H. L. Sarvella 



F. J. Schick 



B. B. Parker 
R. R. Mitchell 
H. S. Maupin 
J. J. Leach 

H. V. Gould 
E. J. Stein 
H. H. Moore 

C. Michel 
A. J. Peters 
L. L. Turner 



R. F. Schiele 
A. W. Karch 



Pledges 



M. R. De Haan 
A. E. W'anderer 



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H J f/fttMM£L. 






A/£ H/JH/V. 



SC O/ffS/VW/KO 



flfff££0'^'W 




UiiivcrsilA' 



ic- 



G W£IV£ 




orilliuoKS 



H.HF/feiLICH. 






L COHL£ff 




»./7LO£S 



L OL/ISS^f/IA/. 



smfM 







/fj/Sfl/fJV£Tr 








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s sr£/A/ 



D *f XOB/IM. 



37 So tVtktsAffye C/)x-ayo- 



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ALPHA PHI SIGMA 

University of Illinois. 1910 Colors — Purple and Gold 

Active Chapters. 3 Alumni Chapters, i 

ALPHA CHAPTER 
Established 19 10 

LIST OF CHAPTERS 

Alpha University of Illinois College of Medicine 

Beta Xorthwestern University Medical School 

Gamma Rush Medical College 

F RAT RES IN URBE 

M. T. GoLDSTiXE. M.D. \\'. P.. IIaxklin. M.D. 

A. C Greene. M.D. E. B. J.xcobs. M.D. 
L. H. Wolf. M.D. M. Perlsteix 

F RAT RES IX FACULTATE 
H. I. D.AVis. M.D. M. Lewisox, M.D. 

B. BrAUDE, M.D. A. BAMHERfiER. M.D. 

FRATRES IX fXIlllRSITATE 

Seniors 

H. Aldes G. Loewe 

A. Freeman S. Stusser 

H. J. Freemel I. E. KoHx 

Juniors 
L. Glassman D. W. Kobak 

I. S. Seg.\ll S. Steix 

Sophomores 

H. Friedstein E. B. Freilich 

H. Lewixskv 

Freshmen 
L. Gohler a. H. Barxett 

H. H. Freilich J. Seilix 

S. Greexwald a. Hikkexder 

J. Seilin 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




PHI RHO SIGMA 

Founded, i^go 
BETA CHAPTER 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



G. Frank Lydston, M.D. 
Adolph Gehrman, M.D. 
Maurice L. Goodkind, M.D. 
Arthur Mills Corvvix, A.M., M.D. 
Bernard Fantus, M.D. 
William L. Ballenger, M.D. 
Frederick Tice, M.D. 
Joseph M. Patton, M.D. 
Daniel N. Eisendrath, .A.B., M.D. 
Channin(; W. Barrett, M.D. 
Charles C. O'Byrne, M.D. 
Edward M. Brown, M.D. 
Edwin G. Earle, M.D. 
Clarence B. King, M.D. 
Arthur Henry Brumback, M.D. 
Irving H. Eddy, A.M., M.D. 

Alk.xaniier H. I-'ekguson, M.B. 



Nelson M. Percy, M.D. 
J. S. Wells, A.M., M.D. 
W. L. RoYCE, M.D. 
H. E. Santee, A.B., M.D. 
E. A. Corcoran, M.D. 
H. T. Flannery, M.D. 

E. S. Cheuver, M.D. 
J. S. Nagel. M.D. 

F. S. Crocker, M.D. 

G. F. Butler, M.D. 

L. Blake Baldwin, B.S., M.D. 

C. D. Pence, M.D. 

D. L. Shaw, M.D. 
C. N. Ballard, M.D. 

F. A. Phillips, M.S., M.D. 
W. M. Burroughs, M.D. 
CM.. F.T.M.S., M.D. 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 



A. J. Ferguson 
J. H. O'M alley 
E. J. Miller 
L. L. Lorenz 



C. W. Stu;man 
F. R. Patton 
W. J. Rea.m 
E. P. Coleman 

J. H. LUCZAK 



H. F. Meacham 
W. P. Miller 
R. D. Thompson 
F. M. Morgenroth 
T. E. Con LEY 
W. L. Howard 
C. E. Lyman 



S. H. Anderson 

F. B. Langdon 

G. M. Fitzgerald 



F. R. SCHROEDER 



Seniors 



H. F. Schram 
Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



C. E. Senesen 
Pledges 



F. M. Weldz 
J. R. Smith 
T. H. Reagan 
R. F. Breeden 



G. Haig 
C. W. Fonser 
C. L. Casey 
H. T. Knight 

R. W. McKlNLEY 



G. A. Cusick 
A. C. Boeh.mer 
H. T. Gleason 
E. H. Knutso.v 
W. S. Scott 
A. L. Bryan 
C. S. Hurst 



E. W. Talbot 
J. E. Vandeberg 
J. W. Doughty 



C. S. Stuart 



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PHI RHO SIGMA 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 



Alpha 

Beta 

Gamma 

Delta 

Epsilon 

Zeta 

Eta 

Theta 

Iota Alpha 

Iota Beta 

Kappa 

Lambda 

Mu 

Theta Tau 

Nu 

Xi 

Omicron 

Pi Beta 

Pi Alpha 

Rho 

Sigma 

Alpha Omcya Delta 

Chi 

Phi 

Psi Beta 

Skull and Scepter 

Upsilon 



Medical Department, Northwestern University, Chicago, 111. 

Medical Department, University of Illinois, Chicago, 111. 

Rush Medical Department, Chicago, 111. 

Medical Department, University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

Detroit Medical College, Detroit, Mich. 

Medical Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Creighton Medical College, Omaha, Nebr. 

Medical Department, Hamline University 

University of Nebraska. Department of Medicine, Lincoln, Nebr. 

University of Nebraska, Department of Medicine and Surgery, Omaha 

Medical Department Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 

Medico- Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 

University of Iowa, Department of Medicine and Surgery. Iowa City 

Medical Department, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis 

Harvard University, Department of Medicine and rsurgery, Boston 

Medical Department, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Medical Department, University of Indiana, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Medical Department, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. 

Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Medical Department, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 

Buffalo University, Buft'alo, N. Y. 

Medical Department, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. 

Medical Department. Yale University, New Haven, Mass. 

University College of ^ledicine, Richmond. Va. 



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ALPHA EPSILON IOTA 

University of Michigan, 1890 Colors — White, Black and Green 

Active Chapters, ii 

DELTA CHArTF.R 
Established 1S99 



CHAPTER ROLL 

Alpha University of Michigan 

Beta Rush Medical College. Chicago 

Delta College of Physicians and Surgeons 

Epsilon University of Michigan 

Gamma Miami College 

Zeta Cooper Medical College 

Eta Cornell Medical College 

Theta Women's Medical College, Philadelphia 

Iota University of California 

Kappa University of California, Los Angeles Dept. 

Lambda Svracuse Universitv 



MEMBERS L\ F.ICCLTATE 



Stella >L Gardner. M.D. 

Clara P. Seippel. M.D. 

Bertha Vox Hoosen, A.^^., M.D. 



Ja.nette Kearsley, M.D. 
Rachelle S. Yarros, M.D. 

yiARY GlERUTH McEWEN, M.D., B.S. 



Mabel Adams 



Alice Thomas 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
Seniors 

Mahkl R. Carlson 
Juniors 



Selma O. Czolbe 



Box NELL SoUDER 



Chrjstixe Lukos 

Freshmen 

Hic-DixG LixG Eleanor ]\L\sslo\v 

Frances Pacak Marian A. Weightmax 

Felicia H. Ciexciara Clara G. Gottscealk 

Unclassified — Meta Fraxke 



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LINEUP 

Ofner Captain 

Frymire Right Forward 

Talbot Left Forward 

HoNSEN Left Forward 

McCaffney Center 

Cook Right Guard 

Browning Left Guard 

MacCornock Left Guard 

Dk. Sherwood Manager 



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OOLLLGt or 




PflARM/CY 




VNIVER.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



c 



CLVDK AlASON SNOW 

L\ DE AlASUX SXOW was born at Earlvillc, llliiiuis. in 1868. He re- 
ceived his early education in the public schools at that place and graduated 
from its high school, after w bich he attended the Maryland Military and 
Naval Academy at Oxford, Md., I'.ryant and Stratton's I'.usiness College at Chi- 
cago, and later received the degree of Master of Arts from the University of 
X'alparaiso. 

In i8(j8 he engaged in the retail drug trade at Earlville, and during the four 

\ears following was employed as Drug Clerk in 
\ari()us Illinois cities. 

He entered the University of Illinois, School 
i)i i'barmac} in 1900 and was elected President 
of the Class '02 in which he graduated with hon- 
ors. In recognition of liis i)roticiency and abil- 
ity as a student lie was appointed assistant to Pro- 
fessor Hallberg who held the cliair of Pharmacy 
from the time the College of Pharmacy was 
united with the University until his death in 
1910. After the death of Professor Hallberg, 
Professor Snow succeeded him as Acting Pro- 
fessor of Pharmacy, wdiich position he still holds. 
He was assistant director of the National Insti- 
tute of Pharmacy for six years, taught phar- 
macognosy and pharmacy at tlie Harvey Medi- 
cal College and pharmacy at the Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery. 

Professor Snow is a memljcr of the Revision Coiumittee for the National 
Formulary, American Pharmaceutical Association. Illinois Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation, and fraternally a Mason and a member of the Ka])pa Psi. 

During his connection with the School he has made a wide acquaintance 
among pharmacists generally and a host of friends anK)ng students and alumni, 
who recognize him as an incisive and instructive teacher, a persistent quizz 
master and an ardent and energetic >upp()rter of any thing favoring the ad- 
vancement of Pharmacy. 




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ILLINI SENIORS 



FRED BERNARD BAL.MER 

K ^ 



HARRY BEILIN 

Cap and Gown Committee 



JOHN E. BIXBY 



K 4' 



GLOVER CEEVELAXD BOND 



KEXXETH C. BONUS 



K ^I' 



Picture Committee 



Chicago 



lyUmettc 



Chicago 



Mt. Vernon 



Oak Park 



LOUIS A. BOSSALAXX Horicon, Wisconsin 












I 




Mr. Hobart (after Szi'dski had made a recitation) — Professor I didn't hear a word she said 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



JOHN C. CARVELLI 



Chicago 



HENRY HADLEY COPELAND 

Grand Junction, Colo. 

K ^ 

Executive Committee 



JOHN A. DORJAHN 
Pin Committee 



Blue Island 



ANGELO M. FERRER 



Ponce, Porto Rico 



JAMES HOWARD FINNIGAN 
Invitation Committee 



Springfield 



ISIDORE A. FORSTER 
Executive Committee 



Chicago 



Prof. Snow—ll'lmt is the official Latin title of Sugar of Milfz? 
Red Shults — Sahara Lactis 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



JESSE H. GALLOWAY 
Executive Committee 



Chicago 



JACOB GOLDSTEIN 

Entertainment Committee 



Cairo, Egypt 



STEPHEN S. GORANY Alt. Vernon, New York 



BENJAMIN C. GROSSE 

K * 
Treasurer of Senior Class 



Elgin, 111. 



HAROLD W ALTER HANSEN Lake Mills. Wis. 

K ^ 
Secretary of Class 1911-1912 



ROY N. HARRELL 

Executive Committeeman 



Norris City 









A study in nomenclature and pronunciation — Zielinski, Warzynski Szmecinski, Kaspryzk, 
Carvella 

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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ILLINI SENIORS 



MICHAEL KASPRYZK 



ARTHUR MILXE KIDD, JR. 

K ^I' 



LAWRENCE ^\. KOCH 



WALTER G. LAXDAKER 



Chicago 



Morrison 



La Porte, Ind. 



Chicago 



ERANK H. LINDEALAN Farmer City 

Class President ioii-'i2; Class Vice-President 1910- 
'11 ;Class Editor iyii-'i2 



i'.DW AkI) C. E. LUiiDTKE 



Chicago 



Crosse to Snow in Dispensing — "Say, ztv don't do that H'ay in Elgin' 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



ROY McNeill 



Herrin 



K^ 



RALPH T. MTLLI'R 

K ^I' 

Alcnihcr of Pin Coiiiiiiittee 



Grand Island, Neb. 



MELVIX LLOYD XORRL^ 

K ^I' 

InvilatiDii Ciiniinitti.-c 



LRXEST P. OWEX 



FRAXCIS ELKLX PATRICK 

K ^I' 



THOAL\S S. PATRICK 



K ^I' 



Berzvyn, Illinois 



Anna 



tola 



Iota 









Prof. Snou' — hi what form is Cod Liver Oil Sold? 
Gourney — In pints and half pints 

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ILLINI SENIORS 




CARL SCHMELING 



Chicago 



WALTER CARL SCHULZ 



Chicago 



VIRGIL FREDFJ^ICK SEIBERT 

K Sk 
Entertainment Committee 



Ashley 



CLOYDE W. SNYDER Chicago 

Chairman Executive Committee; Assistant Class 
Editor 



WILLIAM JAMES STINSON 

K ^I' 



Hinsdale 



ROBERT H. STOCKS 



Class Vice-President 



Chicago 



K ^ 



WALTER SWIECINSKI 



Chicago 



Prof. Day — Define prophylactic 
Owens — An antiseptic tooth brush 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



HERMAN H. TAUBER 
Cap and Gown Committee 



HARRY ARTHUR TAYLOR 



JOHN LUDOVIC VALENTINO 
Dance Committee 



MINERVA VAVRA 



LILLIAN VORSANGER 



HAYDN H. WORLEY 



K <i' 



THEODORE J. ZIELINSKI 



Chicago 



Antioch 



Chicago 



Chicago 



Chicago 




IZa 



Toulon 



Chicago 









Prof. Snow — U'hat is the source of Honey? 

Goldstein — The honey-bee 

Prof. Snow — Then J suppose the source of milk is the milk man? 

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HISTORY OF CLASS OF 1912 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Frank H. Lindeman President 

Robert H. Stocks Vice-President 

Harold Hansen Secretary 

Ben C. Grosse Treasurer 

Clyde W. Snyder ... ... Cliainnan Executive Committee 

DL'RIN'G the latter part of September, 1910, there stepped from the trains 
at the various depots in Chicago about a hunch'ed woidd-be pharmacists 
inquiring the shortest route to Twelfth and Michigan. Upon their ar- 
rival they were joined l)y about a score of City Sons with the aspirations. All 
were ushered via the lightning elevator to the third floor, and. after regaining the 
breath lost in the whirl-wind ascent they entered the office where they were 
cjuite cordially received and dul\ relieved of their few shekels in a very pleas- 
ing manner by Actuary Day, after which ceremony some sought a place to further 
their education in the School of Experience and incidentally to in a measure 
till a \acancy in the several wallets caused by the deletion of the aforesaid 
shekels. 

On September twentieth was born the Class of 1912, an aggregation of 
brain and Ijrawn with a limited portion of feminine beauty representing not only 
Porto Rico, Egypt and many states in the Union, but Milwaukee Ave. as w^ell. 

All came determined to assimilate and absorb an abundant knowledge of 
Chemistry, Materia Medica and Pharmacy, which were severally administered 
by able professors and instructors at first in small doses but gradually increasing 
until the maximum was reached. 

Earl\ ill the year tlie class was organized with Crosse President. I.iiideman. 
Vice-President. Sullivan Secretary, and Stoebig, Treasurer. 

We were grie\-cd wlu'ii because of his illness we lost the tutorslii]) of Dean 
Goodman but our grief was turned to joy on being intonned tliat Professor Day 
would further guide us in Materia Medica. 

The class had the distinction during the Junior year (and maintained it as 
Seniors) of winning f(jr itself a reputation as never a class in the liistory of the 
school has enjoyed, it being such that the Faculty ai)])arently exhausted, de- 
clared a five months vacation, during whicli lime the>- were enabled, as we found 
later, to study up most ])erplexing examination questions. 

At the opening of the .Seni<ir term we missed several faces, some perhaps 
thought they would require another year to digest the junior morsels, while 
otiiers became entangled niatriiiioiiialK . Likewise, we greeted several new faces. 

Bright Junior — /s gold caustic? 

Prof. Snow — Sure, doesn't it burn your (sockets? 

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some from other schools and some from previous classes. With the opening 
came disappointment. Mr. Langenham. the able assistant in Chemistry, resigned 
to accept a position in the Chemistry Department of the University of Wiscon- 
sin ; however, we are glad to see him climl) higher the Ladder of Success. The 
vacancy is now being filled by Mr. ii. W . C(ilM)n. "lo. 

Mr. Lee Eicher. 'ii, was selected assistant in tlic I'harmacy Department and 
during his stay, though short thus far, has proven quite competent and we 
predict for him a l)rilliant future. 

Politically, ilie class this year has been exceedingly acti\c and after nuich 
discussion placed Lindeman in the president's chair. Stocks, vice-jjresident, Han- 
sen, secretary and ( irosse treasurer, all of whom performed their duties as men 
of vast experience. 

Socially and as a diversion from the regular routine the class enjoyed a 
dance, a theatre party, a l;an(|uet and before the clo>e of the year we expect to 
visit the plants of Bauer and T.lack, Chicagtx and of I'arke, Davis & Co., Detroit, 
and we have the assurance of an enjoyable as well a> in>tructive recreation. 

Looking over these past two years we feel we can truthful!) ■^ay that as a 
class the class of 1912 was a better one at graduation than at its l)irth in 1910, 
and as tuembers each departing with the coveted diploma for which he so per- 
sistently labored, was far better prepared for a successful career, and will always 
hold in his heart a warr.^ spot for the l'ni\ersity of fllitiois School of I'harmacy. 

C. \\'. Sx\i)r:R. 




Out for class President. Seibert — Still out 
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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




THE JUNIOR CLASS 



John G. Bennett President 

Fay W. Brown Vice-President 

Reuben W. VValther Secretary 

Georce VV. Holdekrkau Treasurer 

Charles H. Hedberg Sergeant-at-Arms 



Addleman, Roy C. 
Anderson, J. A. 
Anderson, Raymond 
Anderson, C. A. 
Arnold, Grover C. 
Bacgaley, \Vm. 
Bautz. Walter 
Baird, Frank, Jr. 
Bender, Clarence R. 
Bennett, John G. 
Bermele, Wm. M. 
Beyermann, W. S. 
Blumenschein, H. 
BoRUCKi, Edw. a. 
Brown. F. W. 
Buck MANN, G. E. 
BuRKETT, Anthony M. 
Brykowski, Frank 
Civis, Matthew J. 
Clark, F. E. 
Cleiveland. Harold V. 
Cook, Albert 
Cooke, Lawson 
CoRLETO, Jos. F. 
Crawford. .'\. L. 

Cu NRADI, R. 
Cl^RTIS, S. B. 
Dahms. a. a. 
Dancey, Thomas 
Davenport. Royal 
Davidson, Geo. E. 
Donah I'E. Edw. T. 
Driggott, E. W. 
Eicholtz, Guy 
Eckardt, C. W. 
Finnegan, Hugh J. 
Fischer. Charles J. 
FisK, A. Court 
Fisler. Oscar 
Eraser. R. F. 
Frolichowski, John J. 
Gambell, K. V. 
Gibson. E. A. 
GoLDSTiNE. Harry 
GouwENS. Peter 
GUSTAFSON, M. E. 



Hachler, Geo. R. 
Haines, Harrv E. 
Ha. N.MEM an. L. p. 
Haralson, L. C. 
Hart, John M. 
Heuherg, C. H. 
Heidbreder, Edgar 
Hein, Mary R. 
Henry, Carl J. 
Holderread. Geo. M. 

HOLSCLAW, F. H. 

Hoi.tmann, J. E. 
hulden, c. a. 
Hutton, M. L. 
Husa, Frank 
Jaeger, Clayton E. 
Johannes, Walter C. 
Johnson, Harry E. 
Johnson, Oscar Wm. 
Kabel, Baron T. 
Katzowsky, L. J. 
King, Edw. M. 
KiSNER, Talmage 
Knowlton, Vene 
KosT, Wm. R. 
KoszuTA, Max E. 
Kraemer. Geo. C. 
Krejoi. John- 
Lane, Elmer C. 
Larson, B. L 
Lee, Wm. A. 
Leib, F. L. 
Levison, W. E. 
Levy, Otto V. 
Lierman, Frank H. 
LiNz, R. G. 
Lochbaum, Irley S. 
Logan, Albert W. 
LOLLAR. E. H. 
Long, G. A. 
Luckiesh. Edw. 
Lowrey, Jos. C. 
LuKASEK. Alfred ]\r. 
Lukaszewski, Geo. 
Mankowski, Charles 
Marrs, Jas. B. 
Maurer, Geo. H. 



McKenzie, Jay 
.McXeill. Roy 
.Mekschat, R. B. 
Metcoff, Eli 
Murphy, Jas. S. 
Nelson, Frank A. 
Nelson, John 
Novak, Otto E. 
Pankau, Francis A. 
Porter, Houston 
Prims, Geo. 

R.MKAWAY. .Alva Walter 
Rich.\rds, W. J. 
RiECK, Henry T. 
Rusch, Adalbert 
Sandman, R. E. 
schlossberg, b. s. 
Schultz, Chas. J. 
Seuring, C. a. 
Snyder, Forest 
Stables, Harry F. 
Stech, F. J. 
Stodden, Karl 
Strain, Stewart 
Street, Fay G. 
Stulik, Geo. 
Subert, F. J. 
Tholen, H. T. 
Thrush, J. T. 
To ma MICHEL. Rob. P. 
Ton, Adrian 
Vann, James S. 
Veseley, Anton 

W^ALDO, R. H. 

Walter, Geo. F. 
Walther, Reuben 
Warozak, John S. 
Weaver, Jos. H. 
Weiss, Henry N. 
Whitington, O. H. 
Williams, Ervin R. 
W^oKOUN, Frank 
Woltersdorf. Oscar 
Wright, Wm. R. 
Zajicek, .Adolph 
Zarobsky, Otto F. 



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KAPPA PSI 

Founded 1879 

CHI CHAPTER 
Established Fcbninry 2. igio 



F RAT RES IX FACULTATE 



\\m. B. Day. Ph.G. 
Albkrt H. Clark, Ph.C. 



Hknkv W. Cnr.soN, Ph.C. 



Clviif. M. Snow, Ph.G. 
Edmund X. Gathercoal, Ph.G. 



ACTllli MEMBERS 



Gkovkk C. Bond 
ViRfML F". Seibert 
Fred B. Bai.mer 
Havden H. Worley 
John E. P.ixky 
Roy McNeill 
Ralph T. Miller 
.Arthur M. Kidd, Jr. 
Kenneth C. Bonus 
Robert H. Stocks 



James S. Vaxn 
Recinali) E. Waldo 
?\I. L. Hutton 



Scuioi's 

Kern H. Copeland 
M. Lloyd Xorris 
Walter C. Landaker 
William J. Stinson 
Francis E. Patrick 
Thomas S. Patrick 
Benjamin C. Grosse 
Louis A. Eossman 
Harold W. Hansen 
Harold P. Chapman 

Juniors 

W. A. Lee 

Abiram Lee Crawford 
R. F. Eraser 
Alva \\ . R.\ckaway 



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KAPPA PSI 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 

Alpha Grand Council, Wilmington, Del. 

Beta University College of ]\Iedicine. Richmond. Va. 

Gamma Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Delta University of Maryland. Baltimore, Md. 

Kpsilon Maryland Medical College, Baltimore, Md. 

Eta Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Iota University of Alabama, Mobile, Ala. 

Kappa Birmingham Medical College, Birmingham, Ala. 

Lambda Winderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 

Mu Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Boston, Mass. 

Nu Medical COllege of South Carolina, Charleston, S, C. 

Xi University of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Omicron Universities of Nashville — Tennessee, Nashville, Tenn. 

Pi Tulanc University, New Orleans. La. 

Rho Atlanta College of P. & S., Atlanta. Ga. 

Sigma Baltimore College of P. & S., Baltimore, Md. 

Tau University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Upsilon Louisville College of Pharmacy, Louisville. Ky. 

Phi Northwestern University, Chicago, 111. 

Chi University of Illinois, Chicago. 111. 

Psi Baylor University. Dallas, Texas 

Omega Southwestern University. Dallas, Texas 

Beta Beta Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 

Beta Gamma University of California, San Francisco, Cal. 

Beta Delta Union University, Albany, N. Y. 

Beta Epsilon Rhode Island College of P. & A. S., Providence, R. I. 

Beta Zeta Oregon .Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. 



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VNIVER^SITY OF ILLINOIS 

FACULTY 

THE COLLEGE OF DEXTLSTRY 

Edmund Janes James, Ph.D., LL.D.. President 

George Washington Cook, B.S., D.D.S., Dean, Professor of Bacteriology, Pathology, and 

Therapeutics 
Donald McKay Gallie, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, and Operative Technic 
George Walter Ditmar, D.D.S., Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry, and Superintendent of 

Infirmary 
Charles Erwin Joxes, B.S., D.D.S., Secretary and Registrar. Professor of Materia Medica 

and Therapeutics 
Frederick B. AIoorehead, A.B., D.D.S., M.D., Professor of Oral Surgery 
James Alfred Burrill. D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontia 
Jacob F. Burkholder, M.D., Professor of Physiology 
Frank E. Wynekoop, M.D., Professor of Histology and Microscopy 
Elmer DeWitt Brothers, B.S., LL.D., Professor of Dental Jurisprudence 
Roden R. Duff, M.D., Professor of Physical Diagnosis and .luesthesiology 
Warren C. Hawthorne. A.B., M.S., Professor of Chemistry 
Seth E. Meek, M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Cotnparatiz'e Anat(.my 
Leonard C. Borland, M.D.. Professor of General and Regional .-{untomy 
Louis E. Bake, D.D.S. , Associate Professor of Operative and Prosthetic Technology 
Henry C. Lee, Ph.G., D.D.S., Associate Professor of Materia Medica 
Louis Schultz, D.D.S., M.D.. Adjunct Professor of Oral Surgery 
Akthi-k G. Nauman, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Dental Anatomy 

Chief Demonstrators 

William H. Roth, D.D.S., Prosthetic Dentistry 
Reuben A. Sto.xe, D.D.S., Operative Dentistry 

Demonstrators 

Gf.or(;e H. Vanx, D.D.S., Operative Department 
Solomon P. Starr, D.D.S., Operative Department 

Quiz Masters 

Louis E. Bake, D.D.S., Prosthetic Department 

Henry G. Lee. Ph.G., D.D.S., Materia Medica and Therapeutics 

Arthur G. Xauman, D.D.S., Anatomy — f'hysiology 

Louis Schultz, D.D.S., M.D., Oral Surgery 



Dr. Jirka to C overly— "What is the Foramen Magnum?" 

Coverly — "It's a muscle doctor and 1 will look up its origin and insertion' 

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G. W. COOK 



DOCTOR GEORCiE W. COOK was born in Kentucky in 1866. The war 
having destroyed the possibilities of Hving in that section, for some time, 
tlie family moved to Southern Illinois. At two years of age his father 
died, and at seven, he was left homeless, his mother having died. He 
was then taken into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holcolm of Cobden, 
Illinois, for a brief time, b'rom there, he went to the home of a half brother, 
who was a farmer, and while there, attended the country school. At eleven 
years of age, he was taken into the family of a physician by the name of Hast- 
ings, where he obtained the foundation for his medical and dental education. 
After spending several years in the public school, he attended the State Normal 
School, as prei)arator\- to college entrance, afterwards entering the Northwestern 
Medical .School, where he took one year's work. He then continued his studies 
at the State University of Iowa, taking the degrees of Doctor of Dental Sur- 
gery from the last named institution. He returned to Chicago in i8»jO, to')k a 
Post (iraduate course in Haskell's School of Prosthetic Dentistry. In iSgi-1892- 

1893, he ])racticed Dentistry in Chicago. In 1894 
and i8(;5 he began a systematic study in P)acter- 
iology and Pathology, as a special student of Dr. 
Stanley P. Plack, who was then professor of Bac- 
teriology and Pathology of the Northwestern 
-Medical School, also Pathologist at Mercy Hos- 
l>ital. Doctor Cook spent two years in this hos- 
pital, lie then entered the Bacteriological and 
I 'atliol<igical Laboratory of Dr. Klebb's of the 
Klebb-Eoeliler bacillus fame. After that he had 
the good fortune of having the clinical instruc- 
tions in surgery umkr Doctors Andrews, Fenger, 
Morgan and .^chrcjeder, after which he was made 
Professor of Histology and Pathology. After 
College of Dental Surgery. At the organiza- 
tion of the Illinois Dental College, now a depart- 
ment of the University of Illinois, he was made 
Professor of History and Pathology. After 
two years, he became the Professor of Bacter- 
iology and I'athology, a position he still occupies. He was the Editor of the 
American Dental journal from igoi to 1909. In 1906 he was made the Dean 
of the Dental I-'aculty, College of Dentistry. University of Illinois. He has done 
extensive research in Oral Bacteriology and Patholog}^ and Dental Therai)eutics, 
and has jniblished many articles on these subjects, notably among which are 
"Tubercular Infection of the Lymphatic Cilands" entrance being made through 
pulpless teeth, •" Pathology of Pulp Gangrene," "Effects of Heat on Dentine," 
"Antiseptics and Disinfectants." "Bacteriological Study of Pyorrhea Alveolaris," 
"Actinomycosis," "A study of the Systematic Action of ]\Iercury in Amalgam 
Fillings." "The Pathological Nature of Degeneration of Mucous Tissue and their 
Bichemical Nature." He wrote the chapter on Erosion of the Teeth in John- 
son's Book on Operative Dentistry, and numerous other articles pertaining to 
the Science and Art of Dentistry. 

He was a member of the 63rd-4-5 Internaticmal Dental Congress. 




Ch^s. Schwartz told Prof. IVynekoop that the Ligamentuni Nitchar was the ligament tied 
to the back of a horse's head 

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Executive Committee Class '12 



LEO X. DANIELS 



A 2; A 



HERMAN SIDNEY DEUTRICH 
Executive Committee Class '12 



EDWIN EVANSON 

Recording Secretary '12 



St. Joe, Mo. 



Chicago 



Chicago 



Chicago 



OLIVER GAFF Tacoma, Wis. 

M' 12 



SOLOMON JOSEPH GAXZ. If idcezi'ska Lods. Russia 



Dr. Robinson asked Dr. Dittmai this question — In casting a silver crown what metal would 
you use? 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



BERT CRAWFORD HIGGIXS Afason City, Iowa 
Member Senior Executive Committee 



B. ARXETT JORDAN' 



Mackivill. Ten II. 



ROBERT MANX 



Frankfort, Germany 



WILLIAM McCRlLLIS Douglas, Wyoming 

Member of Senior Executive Committee 



JOSEPH DANIEL PALESE 

Executive Committee Class of 191 2 



Chicago 



H. E. PATROUS 



Chaldea, Asia 



CARL DAVID TAY 



Chicago 









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II. LINI SENIORS 



MEHDY EDWARD ASGER I'ictoria, Hongkong 

^V V. 
Editor of the Dental Department of the Illio 



H. NICHOLAS BELLOWS 



EVART B. BERRY 

President of Senior Class 



GILBERT GLEXN BICKNELL 

A 2 A 



A. !•, COLTMAN 



A i: A 




Chicago 



Pleasant Hill 



Paxton 



Chicago 



jOSi:ril A. i LAXXKRV 

A ::; A 



Avoca. Wisconsin 



Members of the -ffcnpccked Club"— Cass, Stevens, Pfister, Harper and U'attcrso 

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ILLINI SENIORT 



BERXARI) I). I'RIKDMAX 

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Chicago 



PHIL II. GOLDSTEIX 



Chicago 



Z A 



Sub Editor Dental 1 Jcpartment nf Illio 



H. S. TTO 



ADOLPH KUPERMANN 



HEXRV T. MA XX 



A z r 



PAUL ^LARTIX 



A ^ A 



Nagbyd, Julian 



Chicago 



Chicago 



Geniiany 









Put on your overcoats boys! It is time for Dr. Burkholder's lecture 

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ILLINI SENIORS 



E. C. McDERMOTT 



Chicago 



ARTHUR C. MEYER 



Gil man 



A 2 A 



Member Senior Executive Committee 



EDLA ALICE PORATH 

Secretary of Senior Class 



S. H. ROBERTS 



2 A 



ABRAHAM ROTH 



Prophet Class of '\2 



A V. V 



AMANDA A. SllAV 

Secretary of Class 1009-1910 



Chicago 



Michigan City, hid. 



Chicago 



Chicago 



IVe have a nice little fclhnv iiaiiied Pccaro 

Who sings a phenomenal tenor. 

He has little to spend 

So I often will lend. 

This tenor a five or a ten-er 



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ILLINI SENIORS 



CORRIXE SLAMAN 



Lennox, S. D. 



CARROLL W. STUART Fraer, Iowa 

A ::; A 
Member of Senior Executive Committee 



PETER FIELING PhiladelphUi, Pa. 

A 2 A 

President of Freshman Class; Treasurer of Senior 
Class; Manager of Illio Board and Chairman of Fra- 
ternitv Ii.i.io Board 



JOHN VAN DER VEN 
Registered Pharmist 



Grand Harvey, Mich. 







Why IS it absurd to call a dentist room the Dental Parlor? Because it is the Draimng Room 

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VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President 

I'ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chairiinm Executive Covimittee 
Recording Secretary . 
Prophet ..'.... 
Historia)i 



E. B. Berry 
E. A. Martin 

E. A. PORATH 

P. J. Teeling 
J. P. Palese 
E. Even SON 
A. Roth 
A. F. Colt MAN- 



SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY 

AP'TER exclusive practice of five years in the City of Chicago, I had decided 
to take a vacation uliicli was by all means due me after all the hard work 
I had done. As 1 was visiting Hong Kong, China, the first man I ran into 
was our igi2 class editor. Dr. Asger, who certainly took great pains in 
showing me the sights, and in his auto we made quick time. It was a royal time 
and a sorrowful parting. 

C])on my return 1 landed in New York City on the I2th of July the same 
year, I came across Dr. Allan Martin (the kangaroo of the 1912 class) who came 
all the way from Australia to visit the S. S. White Dental Supply house for the 
jiurpose of obtaining a new outfit for his office abroad. 

(joing through the state of Missouri, I could not miss the town. St. Joseph, 
for the purjxjse of locating our 1912 class-mate Dick (Dr. Comello). Did 1 
find Dick? Well, I guess yes, there he was in his office on Main St. the same old 
looking olive shaped gentleman. His office was crowded and I was introduced to 
Mrs. Comello. a fine little blonde, and say you ought to see Dick Comello. Jr.. 
asking papa for a penny. Dick gave me a grand reception. T was wondering who 
I was going to meet next of the 1912 class. Sure enough, as I was changing 
trains at Dubucjue, Iowa, and ha\ing a two hour stay there, I walked into a drug 
store and looked up the telejjhone directory to find M(3orhead"s assistant, our seam- 
less crown man. Dr. Iliggins. After I told him who I was he came down to the 
depot to see me. We had a very j^leasant time. \\ hen I got back to Chicago I 
was surprised to learn that Dr. Manner\' (the wild Irishman), of the class of 
1 91 2 was assistant to Prof, (jallie at the L'niversity of Illinois Dental Department 
at a salary of $8,000. Hurrah for Joq. He is getting up in the world. 

The next day I received a card announcing that Dr. Deutsch had removed 
his office from the North of Chicago to Room No. 606 Reliance lUiilding. lie has 
given up general practice and is now specializing on gold incisal angle restorations 
(exclusively). \Vhat do you think of that little shrimp? 

I visited our friend Dr. Joe Palese. "Help, yes, yes, go on" ; and say I found 
liiin hunting for root canals in a six year old child's tootli. and lie could not iind 
any because it was a deciduous tooth, and the roots were absorbed, and the tn'st 
thing he knew he was grinding off the occlusal surface of the permanent tooth. 
At last my vacation came to an end, and I also had to cut out visiting and get busy 
at my office. A. Roth, "Prophet," Class 1912. 



Will someone kindly enlighten Bhiini as to whether ginger ale is intoxicating 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRIEENJLLO 



PSI OMEGA 



Alpha 

Beta 

Gamma 

Delta 

Epsilon 

Zeta 

Eta 

Theta 

Iota 

Kappa 

Lambda 

Mu 

Nu 

Xi 

Mu Delta 

Omicron 

Pi 

Beta Sigma 

Rho 

Sigma 

Tau 

Upsilon 

Phi 

Chi 

Psi 

Omega 

Beta Alpha 

Beta Gamma 

Beta Delta 

Beta Epsilon 

Beta Zeta 

Beta Theta 

Gamma Iota 

Gamma Kappa 

Gamma Lambda 

Gamma Mu 

Gamma Xu 

Gamma Xi 

Gamma Omicron 

Gamma Pi 

Delta Rho 



ACTIVE CHAPTERS 

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery 

New York College of Dentistry 

Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia 

Tufts Dental College. Boston. Mass. 

Western Reserve L^niversity. Cleveland. Ohio 

University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia 

Philadelphia Dental College 

University of Buffalo, Buffalo, X. V. 

Xorthwestern University. Chicago. 111. 

Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Chicago. 111. 

University of Minnesota. Minneapolis. Minn. 

University of Denver, Denver, Colo. 

Pittsl)urg Dental College. Pittsburg, Pa. 

.Martiuette University. .Milwaukee. Wis. 

Harvard University Dental School 

Louisville College of Dental Surgery 

Baltimore Medical College. Dental Department 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dental Department. San Eran- 

cisco, Cal. 
Ohio C^)Ilcge of Dental Surgery. Cincinr.ati 
Medico-Chirurgical College. Philadelphia 
Atlanta Dental College. Atlanta. Ga. 
University of Southern California. Los Angeles, Cal. 
University of Maryland. Baltimore 
Xorth Pacific Dental College. Portland. Ore. 
Starling Ohio Medical University, Columbus. Ohio 
Indiana Dental College. Indianapolis. Ind. 
University of Illinois. Chicago 

George Washington University. Washington. D. C. 
L^niversity of California. San Erancisco 
Xew Orleans College of Dentistry 
St. Louis Dental College, St. Louis, Mo. 
Georgetown U^niversity. Washington, D. C. 
Southern Dental College. Atlanta. Ga. 
University of Michigan. Ann .Arbor 
College of Dental and Oral Surgery of Xew York 
University of Iowa, Iowa City 
Vanderbilt University. Xashville, Tenn. 
University College of Medicine. Richmond. Va. 
Medical College of Virginia. Richmond. \'a. 
Washington University. Dental Department, St. Louis, Mo. 
Kansas City Dental College 



There is no man in our class that can eat more plaster-of-paris. eujoy it and look better 
doing it, than Rosenberg 

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HiNCH Pkcaro Hurley Luebkk Pfister 

asgar iiussey patterson pl.achota 

Friedman (jafk Schlies Price Zajicek 



If you don't think tliat Harper lias the finest son and daufilitcr in this part of the country, 
yon had better have nothing to do zcith him 

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PSI OMEGA 



Established at the College of Dentistry, 1910 



BETA ALPHA CHAPTER 



PR. IT RES IX E.lCri.T.lTE 



F. E. Wynekoop, M.D. 

J . F. BURKHOLDER, IM.D. 

R. A. Stone, D.D.S. 



L. C. Borland, M.D. 

H. L. Handelman, D.D.S. 

L. C. Borland, M.D. 



PR.-ITRFS IX COLLECIO 
Seniors 



M. E. ASGER 

B. D. Friedman 



O. Gaff 

E. A. Martin 



L. D. Hinch 
F. A. HussEY 

E. LUEBKE 



Juniors 



E. E. Price 



J. J. Plachota 
I. C. Patterson 
A. Pecaro 



J. A. Pfister 

E. W. SCHLIES 

J. J. Hurley 



Freshmen 



W. B. Jeffrey 
E. C. Zajicek 
J. De Boer 



Prof. Burkholdcr to_ Pecaro — "Tell me what you know of the Spinal Column?" Pecaro 
to Prof. "The Spinal Column is a jelly like fluid running down the middle of the hack. 

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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEENILU 




DELTA SIGMA DELTA 



G. w. DiTMAR. n.n.s. 

D. M. Gallie. D.D.S. 
J. A. BiRRiL. D.D.S. 
Louis Schiltz. D.D.S., M.D. 
G. H. Vann, D.D.S. 



C. E. Jones. B.S., D.D.S. 

F. B. MooRHEAi), A.B., D.D.S., M.D. 

L. E. Bake, D.D.S. 

R. T. Huff, D.D.S. 

S. P. Stakk. D.D.S. 



G. W. Cook, B.S., D.D.S. 



Leo N. Daniels 
A. C. Meyer 
I. N. Fried 

A. F. COLTMAN 
C. S. RULLEN 



Seniors 



C. W. Stuart 
P. J. Teeling 
J. A. Flannery 
P. Martin 

G. G. BiCHNELL 



E. G. Marshall 
G. V. Hoi'.Ks 
G. C. Taylor 
J. A. Nichols 
G. X. Frost 



Juniors 



C. \V. Dixon 
A. W. Bluim 
W . E. Coverley 
W. C. Phillips 
J. T. Ma honey 



H. W. Taylor 
C. L. Puffer 
\V. G. Shay 
A. S. Jack 



Freshmen 



C. J. Simmons 
C. Sauer 
J. A. Zvvishlkr 
E. V. Umbenhaik 



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DELTA SIGMA DELTA 



SUBORDINA TE CHAPTERS 



Alpha Chapter 
Beta Chapter 
Gamma Chapter 
Epsilon Chapter 
Zeta Chapter 
Rta Chapter 
Theta Chapter 
Kappa Chapter 
Lambda Chapter 
Mil Chapter 
Nu Cliapter 
Xi Chapter 
Omicron Chapter 
Pi Chapter 
Rho Chapter 
Sigma Chapter 
Phi Chapter 
Upsilon Chapter 
Chi Chapter 
Psi Chapter 
Omega Chapter 



University of Michigan. Organized March, icSS^ 
Chicago College of Dental Surgery, Organized March 24, 1885 
Harvard University, Organized February, 1891 
University of Pennsylvania, Organized February, 1891 
University of California, Organized November 21. 1891 
X'orthwestern University, Organized October 24, 1893 
University of Minnesota, Organized December 15, 1894 
Vanderbilt University, Organized November 28, 1896 
Western Reserve University, Organized January 16, 1897 
Tufts College, Organized January 21, 1897 
Kansas City Dental College, Organized March 15. 1898 
Intliana Dental College, Organized January 6, 1900 
St. Louis Dental College, Organized February 15, 1901 
University of Buffalo, Organized October 8, 1901 
University of Illinois, Organized December 9, 1901 
Pittsburg Dental College, Organized February 5, 1903 
University of Colorado, Organized February 8, 1905 
Washington University, Mo., Organized May 25, 1905 
University of Southern California. Organized February 24, 1906 
.Northern Pacific Dental College, Organized April, 1907 
Creighton University, Neb., Organized April 1, 1910 



AUXILIARY CHAPTERS 

Detroit Chapter Organized 1895 

Chicago Chapter Organized May 14, 1895 

Minnesota Chapter .... ... Organized May 4, 1806 

New England Chapter .... Organized jS()6 

Cleveland Chapter Organized Jan. 16, 1897 

Philadelphia Chapter .... Organized 1897 

Pacific Chapter Organized 1898 

Indiana Chapter Organized Dec. 20, 1901 

Kansas City Chapter Organized 1903 

Pittsl)urg Chapter Organized 1904 

St. Louis Chapter . . Organized 1905 

New York Chapter .... Organized 1906 

Seattle Chapter Organized 1906 

Boston Chapter Organized 1906 

Paris Chapter (France) Organized 1907 

New Orleans Chapter Organized 1907 

Buffalo Chapter Organized 1908 

Iowa Chapter Organized 1908 

San I'rancisco Chapter ... Organized 1908 

Portland Chapter (Oregon)' . . Organized 1909 

Los Angeles Chapter .... Organized 1909 

Denver Chapter Organized 1909 

Salt Lake Chapter Organized 1909 

Texas Chapter Organized 1910 

Arkansas Chapter .... Organized 1910 

South Dakota Chapter Organized 191 o 

Nebra.ska Chapter Organized 1911 



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ALPHA ZETA 




Aberman Fejrstenberg M.Schwartz 

C.Schwartz C.Schwartz M.Feuer Sher 

Mann Roth Gantz 



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VNIVERSITY OF^ILLINOIS 



i^iitrattnu 



To the cherished incniDry of old Shield and 'iVident and 
Phenix. we. the snicker-nionger-^ of this j^reat vohimc of sor- 
row and heart-breakition we call the stewed section, do offer 
onr dedication. Realizin,!^" to the very recesses of our marrow 
how vou chanted lu'inns of _^ladness when yon learned that 
the thons^lufnl facnUy had decided to close yon nj), clii) yonr 
tusks, draw your political toe-nails, .^'ive you wing"s, gratis, 
and to make you over into a ladies' aid society, we strive here 
in our dumb, Rollo-dog' fashion to express our wild gladness. 
Joyful moments come so seldom in this dental-parlor of an old 
world that \onr hap])y transmigration hours of Elysian bliss 
must have been hea\en itself! May you li\'e to see many 
more such limes of hil;irity ! 



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BABIES 




WALTER BOAd'Al.W WORSIIAM 
Even tlu' most pessimistic of critics phophesied nothing so evil 
as the end to which Walter has C(jmc. Could you, Gentle Reader, in 
your wildest phantasmagoria of Danville dreams, could you imagine 
that the dainty little gentleman portrayed so beautifully in the adjoin- 
ing half-tone, was once what is now Walter Boatman Worsham? 
Once the pride, the admiration, the glory of his native town of Paris, 
now — the undescrilialiie, liery-topped, '"Red," of the University of Illi- 
nois. To such depths as the harboring of this vilHan, has our fair 
Alma Mater fallen. Beware, Gentle Reader, lest cigarettes, ceramics, 
and white silk stockings result in \'(}iir downfall! 



JOHN JO.^I ril DI'.S.MOXD 

Relentless Rudolph and Desperate Desmond came wearily down the 
l)ath of the lilini Central. 

"Ha! Hist! The University of Illinois!" hissed Desperate Desmond. 
"I will take it." 

And forthwith the brave, though merciless Desmond advanced, seized 
it in his strong right hand, growled, "Give me everything," and he got it. 
A good square jaw bone can be used to slay anything. 

The accompanying sketch by a county fair artist prognosticates the 
future of the infant. Ball is his forte, thougli at one time a hair or two 
on hi& upper lip so distracted his attention that he flunked two courses in 
succession. 



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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLO 





HAROLD HARVESTER HERBERT 

Harold Harvester Herbert, ladies and gents. Depicted here in 
the pristine bewitchery of blessed childhood, Harold reveals some 
of the heaut.v that has lately turned all the co-eds' heads. See the 
beautiful eyes I See the quizzical, ravishing pucker of his ruby- 
portaled mouth — the strawberry-tinted peach-blow of which haunts 
one even in lackaday dreams ! Then, too, Harold shows in this 
photograph the tell-tale budding of a sometime Phi Beta Kappa ! 
That Homeric brow, that fecundity of intellectual omnipotence of 
occipital wisdom — say no more, Sturgis — Harold Harvester is im- 
mense ! Harold is greatness to the core I 

GL'V MORRILL 

Guy Lyman Morrill, girls ; Guy of Kewanee, thus in full. Did 
you realize that Guy had always been as beautiful as he is now? 
\\ ell, after one long enraptured gaze at this epitome of cuteness. 
own up and say truthfully to yourself that you have never in your life 
seen anything half so sweet, one-fourth so angelic, one-eighth so 
ravishing, one-sixteenth so seraphic, one-thirty-secondth so ootsy- 
wotsy. one— but let us stop right here, before this lyric sprouts wings 
and Haps away. .Anyhow Guy is beautiful to the tap-roots of hi- 
cuticle, so he is I We can see it in this childish photo, girls— "deed 

we can ! 

l-:i)\\ARl) S'lALLS 

Oh you kid! Sec his fat little arms! Isn"t his face just too 
sweet ! He's just too cunning for anything, yes, he is ! Oh you 
lovey little lump of sugar! 

How Eddie ever got away from the Chicago Ladies' Aid Sewing 
Circle has never been satisfactorily explained. He did it, iiowever, 
and crawled into the gymnasium at Illinois, where Leo G. immediately 
ly pounced upon him and made a gymnast of him. It looks as if G. 
or Goodie would have been better material, but we never question 
Leo's wisdom. Eddie has accomplished many things with his 
wiggling, such as Chi Beta, Tau Beta Pi, and grand opera. The 
climax of his career as a Callipygian .\donis came at the Stunt 
Show, when he made Pete Adams blush. 

I'.VLL i'.LCHER FRLrCHEY 

19-27-3-106! Over for a touch down! Pumphandle Crossing wins! 
Who is the hero? Why, Polly Fritchey! 'Ray for Polly! 

Such an auspicous beginning, such a magnilicent photograph, 
could not but inspire the redoubtable youth to greater victories. Com- 
ing to lllintiis to revolutionize football as it was played there, he was 
persuaded by the athletic director that such unquenchable fires of 
ability would best burn in other places. Tommy Arkle said, "Let 
Fritchey be business manager of the Illinois Magazine," and Fritchey 
was Imsiness manager of the Illinois Magazine. 

What puzzles us most, is how can a man of such rigid ideals be a 
member of both the Lincoln League, and the Egyptian Club? 

CHARLES HOWARD WARNOCK 

Finest of the tine. Charlie boy left the narrow scholastic at- 
mosphere of Onarga and came to the broader one of Champaign, 
where he has found a wider and more receptive field for his act- 
ivities. The demand for his services on all occasions and for all 
purposes, has been so great that we have been compelled to put 
an extra page in the 1913 Illio to list his numerous honors. The 
final climactic accomplishment of our hero was securing a place on 
the University Auditing committee, as a result of which he will 
drive home in an automobile. The band will please play "When 
Charlie Conies Marching Tome," and follow it with "See the Con- 
(juering Hero Comes." Vive la Charlie! Vive la Onarga! 

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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



HERBERT FRED KEMMAN 

LaGrange appeared on the map of Illinois at the same time 
that Herbie Kemman appeared on the University of Illinois hasehall 
diamond. Under the able tutelage of Pigs Dietrich and Axel 
Gustafson, Herbie developed into a pitcher who could deliver al- 
most any kind of goods ; so when the Ag baseball team beat the 
freshman varsity, and the freshmen beat the regulars, G. began to 
take notice. 

Herbie was a member of the njii Home-coming conimit*'.e. 
and did all the work connected with it. He also rushed Aljiha 
Gamma Rho successfully, and had the mumps in 1912. 

He was late in getting in his senior honors and rather than 
such a famous man should be forgotten, this biography was pre- 
pared. 





CHESTER OWEX FISCHER 

Gaze on Chester, children. Chester is here shown in a fetch- 
ing photo, taken while the dear child was still in all the stainless 
purity of darling virginity. This picture was taken long before 
dear Chester became a Kappa .Sig, before he saw the light of the 
association of semi-Egyptian scoundrels known as the Showmeez 
safe-crackers' society. Then, too, Chester Owen did not at that 
time know the corrupting influences of the Lincoln League, of 
which, mind you, he at present unblushingly advertises himself 
as President. It is possible, really, that a full-grown man, in the 
full possession of his faculties, could have descended so low? 
Blushingly we feel bound to admit that dearest Chester has done 
even so. Sweet childhood dimples have given way to the political 
ramifications of Chester the statesman, Owen, the Great. Take a 
last look, children, before the cover is screwed on. Bye-bye, 
Chester. Don't 00 cwy — 



C. 15. OLIVER 

Andrew Carnegie, millionaire, i)hilanthropist and what not, always 
did have an eye open to future industry. On May 3, 1889 the report 
came to him that a great hero had arri\ed. Andy innnediately summoned 
his broker and ordered him to purchase a hog farm. His oltject was to 
raise hogs to supply the future demand for pig-skin. Xot that he would 
use the skins to make leather medals for our hero but that he might 
utilize the hides for spheroids to be kicked and i)unted about on a grassy 
field known as a gridiron. 

This seemingly innocent pastime was to be known as football aid 
it might have proved a very meek and mild game had not our hero s.) 
cleverly developed himself into an invincible warrior whose thunder- 
bolts took the form of footballs. Great became his fame and the industry 
flourished beyond the fondest hopes of the canny Andy who now says 
that \vithr)Ut the mar-vo-lous skill of the lusty ( )lly the great enterprise 
of the farm would have ignominiously met an untimely extermination. 





RAYMOND CARl'S( ) McEARTY 

All the world likes to know about the youthful, the formative 
fl)ochs, in the lives of our great men. .As one of the vast multitude 
of beings with rights to know, gaze in hallowed vener.ition at Ray- 
mond Caruso AlcLarty ! 

.Still in the spotless virginity of his boy-hood, behold Raymond 
betraying even in this precious cabinet panel the unsurii;issable sweet- 
ness of disposition, the ciuniing charm of the Sistine .Madonna, the 
luiforgetable something we call genius, nay. talent! For Raymond 
is gifted. Raymond is talented. Raymond is there. Let not an 
unholy expression escape you while viewing the portrait. Uncon- 
secrated be the very tacks in the shoes of you who heed not the 
admonition ! 



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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




AS THEY REALLY ARE 




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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



THE PRESS 



WILFRED ROPIEQUET ELECTED 

EDITOR OF "ILLIO" AT 

CHAMPAIGN 



ILLIXI EDITOR MAKES GOOD 



Students Waxed Warm Ix Coxtest 

Wherein Practical Politics Played 

Prominent Part — Editorship 

Is A Distinction 



After a political battle, which, in the 
University of Illinois, assumes as large pro- 
portions as a presidential election does in 
the country at large, Wilfred Ropiequet, 
son of Attorney and Mrs. R. W. Ropiequet 
of this city, was elected editor-in-chief of 
the ■"Illio," an annual publication of the 
State's big school. 

The "Illio" portrays in a semi-humorous 
manner, the year's events in the school and 
to be editor of the publication is a dis- 
tinction sought by many. This year the 
light simmered down to a "Fraternity," 
and an "Anti Fraternity" ticket. Mr. 
Ropiequet was the candidate of the ".\ntis." 

Practical politics were resorted to by 
both sides and it is said some of the 
schemes evolved by the embyro politicians 
will be adopted by the Taft, Roosevelt and 
Wilson campaign managers during the com- 
ing presidential tight. 

Mr. Ropiequet is a student in the jour- 
nalistic department of the university and 
for some time has been connected with the 
publication of the "Illini," the dailv news- 
paper of the school. 



WALTER WORSHA.M 
FIOXORED 



HIGHLY 



One of Twenty Students Selected as 
MeiMBers of the Shield and Trident 



Another honor has been bestowed upon 
Walter B. Worsham, the young Paris man 
who is making good at the University of 
Illinois. Worsham was one of the twenty 
students chosen from the entire class for 
membership to the Shield and Trident hon- 
orary senior society at the University. The 
society is composed of the twenty men who 
have made the greatest showing during 
their college career and seem to have the 
finest prospects on their leaving college. 
Worsham is the first Paris boy to gain this 
honor and his local friends have just rea- 
son to share his pride in the achievement. 



Freeport Paper Tells of the Accom- 
plishments OF H.\rold Herbert 



Freeport Journal : Harold Herbert of 
this city, a former member of the "Jour- 
nal" news staff, now a student at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois, has had a brilliant and 
interesting record since enrolling at the 
University. Here it is: 

Editor-in-chief of the "Illini," one of 
four seniors elected to both senior socie- 
ties, viz. The Shield and Trident, and the 
Phoenix, he having chosen the former, but 
both have since united ; member of Delta 
Kappa Chi. the honorary commercial so- 
ciety to which only those are eligible who 
have "made good" in some business capa- 
city: honorary member of the Scribblers' 
Club, composed of those who write for pub- 
lications: charter member of the Fourth 
Estate, a club for newspaper men only ; 
member of the Chi Beta, local social fra- 
ternity and boarding club : and his latest 
honor, the election to the Phi Beta Kappa, 
the highest honor to be attained in his 
college. 



MEDINA BOY SAVES CHAPTER 
HOUSE 



The Medina friends of George A. New- 
ell, Jr., will be interested in learning of the 
narrow escape of his Chapter House of the 
society of Theta Delta Chi, at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois, at Champaign, 111., recently 
when fire threatened to destroy the build- 
ing, due to the fire from an open fire place 
communicating to the floor of one of the 
rooms. 

Mr. Xewell was aroused by the smoke 
and immediately awakened his associates 
who turned in the alarm, and with the help 
of the local fire department quelled the 
flames. The fire had a good start and but 
for the prompt action of all hands the stu- 
dents might have been placed in serious 
danger. — From Medina Daily Journal. 



ARTHUR, THE ONE BEST BET 
Officers of the Daily Illini for the next 
college year were to i)e chosen at a meet- 
ing this afternoon. H. H. Harwood was 
expected to be unopposed for business man- 
ager. A. H. Ogle was Dean Clark's choice 
for editor. — Chdin/^aif/n News. 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 



MOB OF STUDENTS FIRES A 
THEATRE 



Barred From Free Seats, University of 

Illinois Rooters Try to Destroy 

Building 



(Special Dispatch to the Herald) 

Champaign, 111., Friday. — Because they 
were denied a free show by the Orpheum 
Vaudeville Theatre tonight, four hundred 
students of the University of Illinois 
started a bonfire beneath the floor of the 
house when it was crowded. Attaches of 
the theatre found barrels on hre and put 
out the blaze without the knowledge of the 
audience, thus preventing a panic. 

Before the fire was discovered the stu- 
dents had engaged in a hand-to-hand con- 
flict with the theatre attaches and the po- 
lice. They were repulsed with clubs. The 
theatre doors were broken down and brick- 
bats were hurled through some of the win- 
dows. The students then vented their dis- 
pleasure by tearing down the college colors 
which festooned the theatre building in 
celebration of the annual fail home-coming. 

Several hundred students within added 
a final touch to the confusion by standing 
on their chairs and demanding, "Let them 
in." Samuel Harris, manager of the thea- 
tre, addressed the students, stating that he 
had made arrangements with the Illinois 
Students' Union for a free show tomorrow 
night in case Illinois defeated the Gopher 
invaders. This proposition was hissed 
"Bourgeoise !" as ^Ir. McKee hurried back 
to his hotel. 

General censure of the rioting students 
is expressed. It is feared that the faculty 
will, as punishment, forbid the home- 
coming next year. 



OUR BOYS STILL MAKING GOOD 
Champaign, 111., April 22. — Editor The 
Patriot : The fact that our boys at Cham- 
paign are making good is still true in that 
Lyman \\'heeler. due to his high scholastic 
standing has lately become a member of Tau 
Beta Pi, the honorary engineering frater- 
nity : and Ninian Burruss, after a compe- 
titive tryout, has been chosen as one of 
four men of the College of Agriculture, 
who are to be sent to Purdue University 
in the near future to present a program of 
agricultural interests before the students in 
the college of agriculture at that place. 



Both these young men deserve much credit 
for gaining the honors which are theirs. — 
From Carrollton Patriot. 



ANOTHER BELLEVILLE BOY RE- 
CEIVES HONOR AT STATE 
UNIVERSITY 



.Arthur H. Ogle, of This City Received 

11i(;h Honors For Good Work Done 

In Two Years 



The Daily Illini, the student newspaper 
of the University of Illinois, reports the 
holding of the first University convocation 
of the year, last week, at Champaign, where 
over two thousand people were assembled. 
.Among other things done at the convoca- 
tion was the announcement of preliminary 
honors awarded to 61 students for the best 
grade of work done during the past two 
years. In the list of 61 appears the name 
of one Belleville boy. Arthur H. Ogle, son 
of Attorney and .Mrs. A. B. Ogle of East 
B Street. 

There are over 4,500 students enrolled at 
the state university, and it is very apparent 
that to be one of the 61 preliminary honor 
students is regarded by the student Ijody 
and the faculty as a very great mark of 
distinction. Mr. Ogle expects to complete 
his school work with the class of 1913. 



BREAKS WESTERN RECORD 



Ralph Sanders Has Good Chance For 
Olympic Team 



Word was received by D. T. Sanders 
from his son, Ralph, who is attending 
school at the University of Illinois, that he 
won first place in the 440 yard dash and 
broke the record, clipping 3-5 of a second 
from the record held bv Davenport, of the 
University of Chicago, time 52 4-5 seconds. 
Davenport won second and an Illinois man 
third. 

Sanders according to the "dope" of sport- 
ing experts is the fastest quarter miler in 
the west today and with any kind of luck 
will be almost sure of a place on the Amer- 
ican Olympic Team, which goes to Sweeden 
next summer to compete with the athletes 
of other countries for the World's Cham- 
pionship. 



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HOME GRUP. FOR HER'S 

"No I won't stay at tlie Alpha Chi liDUse all night. The last time I was over they 
had fried l>rcad and syrui) for hreakfast. lldine gruh for mine 1" — XouA Busey, Urhana. 



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ILLINOIS HARDWARE 

Copper — Pete. 

Lead — Tite Wads doughnuts. 

Mercury — Athletic prospects. 

A'icke! — CDnnnon medium of circulation. 

Oxy(jeii — .\ot in Uni. Hall. 

Radiiiiii — The .Millionaire Kid. 

Silicon — Champaign Streets. 

Sitlplmr — Leo's line of talk in P. T. 

77;; — Short-horn sports. 

Zinc — I'^.l) Etherton's stomach. 



"THE SLEEP SIX' 



Mat Matthews 
Cop Haley 
Jack Aof. 
Bill Levis 
Russ Hunter 
Ben Wilson 



Whistle — Three Yawns and a Grunt 

Motto — Sleep on and on and on — Anything 

Flower — Red Poppy 



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THE NINETEEN-THIRTEEN ILLI 




THE LOVERS 




In spring time when the walks are wet 
And sweethearts are full fair. 
Then lovers take them strolling slow, 
To breathe south campus air. 

Just see them come in groups of two, 
With steps sedate and slow, 

And some are laughing gay and free, 
And some are mummering low. 

The next sweet pair that meets dur gaze 
Is "Frog" with Billy Hill, 

They are so quiet and demure 
Perhaps we should keep still. 



Charles Purcell now is passing by, 

A fair maid on his arm, 
'Tis Miss Grace Bacon, slim and blond. 

He guards from any harm. 

Behold the pair, sedate and slow. 

It's Arthur Simpson, see, 
And who's the damsel by his side? 

Oh that i> Miss Dupuy. 

Here's Herbie Hedman, Lillian N'oth, 

Oh what a stunning pair, 
Just watch him eye her lovingly. 

As she struts with nose in air. 

Now this is big "Bud" Ramey, tall, 
And with him little Xell, 

Although she may be tiny. 
She's mighty, so they tell. 




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VNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS- 




Behind tluin comes sedate old "Peg," 

And u itii him Sylvia C, 
You know our Peg loves Dutchie so 

He'd tag where'er went D. 

This is young V^crna Cooper, gay, 
And with her ■'Hul)."' you see. 

They give continued vaudeville 
As funny as can be. 

This youth is :Mister "Cut" Moffett; 

Who's the girl with whom he goes? 
Oh 1 don't know, we must reply. 

Some new one 1 suppose. 

Xow here is young Jean Ripley. Oh 
And with her Rich,* you bet, 

'"He is the nicest man," she says, 
"I ever, ever met." 

The twain who now do come in sight 
Are the leanest of the lank. 

It is Paul Kircher, whom you see. 
And with him Catherine Plank. 



And here is Jessie Morse, you see, 

Delano by her side, 
\\"hen they can w^alk together thus 

Their thoughts are ros)'' dyed. 

Here comes dear Florence Royer, now. 

With Sketer B., the lean. 
They are the lovingest loving pair 

That ever have been seen. 



♦Changed by Jean's request to "Pipe" Siefert. 

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Now here's Miss Dodds, or Peggy, fair, 
And with her George, sweet lad, 

These twain are ever bright and gay, 
Whoever saw them sad? 

Young Collett Wnnlnian prances past, 

He does not see the crowds, 
Miss Helen Fairfield's by his side, 

Their heads are in the clouds. 

Here's Packey MacFarland and J-'uzz Brown. 

VVihy do we tease them here? 
Because, forsooth, we make reply. 

They are so cute and dear. 





Behold, here comes Miss Clara Cronk, 
With Morris, you know Art, 

Why do they look so cheerful now? 
They're pierced by Cupid's dart. 

Just see "Dutch" Weis and Julia, cute. 
They're sure the gayest pair, 

They both trip on so light and quick, 
You'd think they walked nn air. 

Who is the youth who's now in sight? 

That's Murray. Cloyde, you know, 
And the little maiden by his side, 

That is Miss Perry, "Jo." 

.•\nd this is Alexander, Art, 

The Ragtime Band draws near? 
Oh no, that's only Winnie Jones, 
Tt is her laugh you hear. 



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VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 




I lore comes Fay and Willie, 
They're having heaps of fun ; 

He trails behind his "mother" 
And she leads her little "son." 

This last is Mister Lowery, see, 
Miss Edgerton's the maid, 

To see them we have waited long, 
Don't you think that it has paid? 

The hour is late : we cannot stay 
To watch for ones more slow, 

Sn wish for all that happiness 
Attend where'er they go. 

Xow the verse is written out. 
Read it straight witimut a pout 
Riad it nor the writer flout. 




TOO MUCH FOR THE POET 
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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




"ALL" CLUBS 



THE ALL SAIXTS CLUB 




THE "ALL ? ? ?" CLUB 




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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



COMMUNICATIONS 



Df.ar Rottckr : 

Miss Bobbie \\ right, over at the Chi 
Omega house, is afraid some one is going 
to send into the Illio a picture of her 
wearing her brother's suit, and wants you 
to see that it doesn't appear. It if conies 
in, will you please get hold of it and return 
it to Bobbie? Very sincerely, 

Don Tincher. 



Jos. Kunx & So.v. 

Champaign, III. 
Gents : 

T notice that you have published some 
pictures of popular Illinois men in your 
booklet. I think you should have included 
mine, too. for I think I stand pretty high 
among the student politicians, and then 
I've been to Xew York, so I know how to 
wear clothes the right way. 

Very truly yours. 

Arthur D. S.wage. 



Dear Mr. Cartwright : 

I tell you frankly that I believe it pays to 
be on the good side of the editor, and I 
most certainly want to be good friends with 
.vou now. There are so many things that 
people can roast me about that I'm really 
.scared for fear they will do it; and if 
you're a friend of mine you won't put in 
any roasts about me, will you, Mr. Cart- 
wright? Very sincerely yours, 

]\Iarv Barry. 



J. Kth.v & Co.. Champaign, 
Dkar Sirs : 
When ne.xt you get out a booklet of pop- 
ular Illinois men. please don't forget me, 
for I honestly believe I'm one of the most 
popular men in the University. Last fall 
they elected me chief cheer leader, and a 
fellow has to be really popular to get that. 
Very truly yours. 

Chas. Roberts. 



My Dear Mr. Cartwright: 

I am sure you like fried chicken, so I 
am going to take advantage of it. If you'll 
proniise not to put a single thing in next 
year's Ii.t.io al)()ut me, I'll i)roniise to invite 
ycni to unlimited chicken-dinners, and I'll 
see that you get all the chicken vou can 



eat. and a lot of other good things besides. 
Doesn't that sound good to you? 

Very sincerely yours, 

Alice Redhed. 



Dear Carty : 

Say, will you be sure that all that dope 
about me gets in with my senior picture? 
You see, I think I'm the only man who has 
ever made those three committees — the 
Sophomore Cotillion. Junior Prom. and Sen- 
ior Ball — and I want to be sure that they 
are all put in. Yours, 

Herb Hedman. 



Dear Mr. Rottger : 

I am writing to you because I hear you're 
going to have a place on the Ili.io staff, 
and I wish you would see that nothing goes 
in about me being engaged. I know there 
are lots of people who are talking about it, 
but I cannot imagine where they got their 
information, for there is really nothing to 
it— yet. 

If you will please see to this, Mr. Rott- 
ger. you will have the sincere thanks of 

^'ours sincerely. 
Mamie A. Baldwin. 



Dear Cartwright : 

If you are a friend of mine, would you 
just as soon cut out any roasts that come 
in about the Delts? I think we've got 
more than our share the last few years, and 
we'd like a rest, especially since we don't 
deserve the ones we do get. 

I'd like to have you come over for din- 
ner next Sunday, if you can. 

Sincerely yours. 

J. K. Moffett. 



"Dear Miss Libbey : 1 am a \ cry hand- 
some young man, a senior in my state uni- 
versity, and very popular. Some time ago 
I became infatuated with a dashing chorus 
girl. Now, alas, she no longer seems so 
attractive to me. I became engaged to her 
and she will not release me. She follows 
me from place to place and makes life mis- 
erable. Tell me how I may rid myself of 
her. — H. E. Kerker." 

You are a silly, self-satisfied person. Tell 
the girl you no longer care for her, and 
ask her "to release you from the engage- 
ment. 



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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILL! 




OLR POPULAR MEX 




7 (/?^/y^pry^p7?ra/ 




A SHEET FRO.M KL'HX'S EXPENSE ACCOIX'J" 
JOS. KUHX AXD SOX, CLOTHIERS 

CHAMPAIGN, ILLS. 



Feb. I, 1912 



Dress Suit for Murphy 
Suit for Roberts . 
" " Xaprstek 
" " Case 
" " Woolston 
" " Thomas . 
" " Vosburgh 



$16.00 

9.50 

6.00 

22.00 

11-75 
9.50 
8.50 



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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 



From An Artist's Sketch Book 
-THE DAD OF THE UXDERGRAD"' 




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THE NINETEEN'THIRTEEN ILLI 




SOME FUSS SINGLE OTHERS DOUBLE 




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VNIVEFLSITY OF ILLINOIS 



LITTLE TALKS AMONG THE SISTERS 



I— CHI OMEGA 




Precious Kidlet and Sister Kvo : 

I shall pilfer a few moments between 
dates to answer your last lettergram. The 
Omicron Chapter is in a supermagnorious 
condition this year. We copped the cream 
of the freshmen as usual. We've cut out 
the butterfly kids, and are going after the 
maids with the sky scraper brows. We've 
chopped the chorus effect and are trying 
to live down our past in spite of Bobby 
Wright, Flofifie Johnson and Alary Hewitt. 
Those girls are continually (|ucering the 
game. Alary returned last fall wearing a 
Tau Nu Epsilon pin. 

We haven't a iiri/.e l)unch of petunias 
for the beauty show but we have the sul)- 
stantial girlies with the deep folds in their 
cerebrum. 

That medal winning flock of scratching 
hens — the D. G's — started some sneaking 
gossip between semesters about a cab stop- 
ping in front of their house at 4 A. M. and 
a mysterious lady wearing a 26-inch wil- 
low plume, alighting and going through the 
D. G. back yard and eiUering Chi Omega's kitchen door. We went over in a body a few 
mornings ago, loaded with bricks and hair tongs and made that gang of suffragettes eat 
their gossip without the sauce. We are going to have a tug of war with our lovely neigh- 
bors, the D. G's, and believe me we are going to heave them into the boneyard and Isabel 
Clegg will sit on their necks. 

Gee Kid, we almost landed a Delt date. We had Nig Healy booked for our annual 
but he had to leave school. Tin foiled again. We are stronger than father's sox with the 
Dckes and Theta Delts. At the hitter's annual, the decorations consisted chietly of en- 
larged photographs of Ruth Lindberg, and festoons of forget-me-nots. 

The girls are all sore on Peggy Dodds. All she does is to sit around and have oral 
hemorrhages al)out Georgie Xewell. Her monologue is fatiguing. 

Anna Landee aspired to be an apothecary 
blonde but made about a ten karat job of it. 

P>ol)by Wright ai)plics more kalsomine 
than ever to her countenance. When any of 
the girls want to do the leading lady act 
they make up with Bobbie's purple coat and 
I'loHie's hat. Maybe we aint the procuring 
kids, wearing the boisterous hardware. We 
still use the famous standard Chi Omega 
perfume. 

Here goes the scalpel kid. 

With oodlos of love, 

Pk.xrl Goben. 




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II— ALPHA DELTA PHI 



Mrs. Truit Martin, 
Exalted Secretary, 
Alpha Delta Phi, 
Dearest : 

To all our sisters, girls, and 
other mcml)ers of Alpha Delta 
Phi, we, in our first letter, send 
greetings. Luther Burbank is a 
wizard indeed, even if Doc Hottes 
says he isn't, hut even Luther Bur- 
bank could never produce Alpha 
Delta Phi from Alfalfa. We have 
accomplished an unheard-of, in- 
creditable miracle. And we did 
some splendid hustling — why, we 
actually gave invitations for a 
spring reception before we had 
received the charter. And that re- 
ception was a dream. We all had 
such stunnng gowns. Their beau- 
ty was really transparent-er, we 
mean transcendant. 

You'll all be tickled to death 
to hear what we've had. Some 
of the Alpha Delt fraternity tried 
to look peeved, but the dear boys 
will come around, all right. They 
can't help being proud to have 
such a ])unch as we are under the 
same name. Some funny boy put 
some cute jokes about the coin- 
cidence in the Daily Illini, and 
Wilson McKim would not speak 
to anybody for a while, but we 

just know that at heart he's tickled to death. The Alpha Delt boys aren't such a bad bunch. 

Besides Wilson, they have the great Otto Seiler, and Bill Vosburgh, who not only is a fine 

swimmer, but is indeed a fish in every sense of the word. A regular whale, in fact. 

We are simply too happy for words at the progress we have made, and ne.xt year 

we shall rise up and tlaz/le the whole university with the greatness of Alpha Delta Phi. 

Yours lovingly, 
Alice Cary Thayer. 





OUR UXIVERSITY CATALOGUE 
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III— SIGMA KAPPA 

-Mrs. M. D. Linger, 

Confirmed Secretary, 
Sigma Kappa, 
Affectionate Sister : 

With mingled emotions, we write 
this letter to our sisters. We don't 
know whether to feel just happy, or 
sassy, or sacred. We're worried be- 
cause we just know that some mean 
person will slip something in the 
Illio about our fancy dancing. 
Well, what of it? Doesn't every- 
body do it in high society. If we 
only hadn't forgotten to pull the 
curtains down. Lend us your sym- 
pathy, sisters, we need it. 

We've had a pretty good year, 
except for a few unfortunate oc- 
currences. The season opened 
auspiciously with Gladys Straight, 
Clara Brooks, Belle Williamson, and 
Harriet Erlbacher frequently with 
us. Gladys got herself a man out 
in her home town and has gone 
home. 

We want to warn our sisters 
against a smooth graft that one of 
our sisters was the victim of. One of the Sigma Nu's called her up and asked her to 
the Law Dance, which happened to be on the night of our annual. Of course the dear 
girl was so tickled that she turned right around and asked him to our annual. We 
vehemently exhort our sisters to take up the next man that comes along with such a 
proposition, annual or no annual. Y'ours peacefully, 

Nell Tritt.* 




♦Peaceful now, but getting "Savage." 




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R'— ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Helen M. Hardie, Secretan^ of Alpha Chi Omega, 
Beloved Sister : 
Xo dout)t our sisters in Alpha Chi Omega will he glad to hear that the old guard is still 
on the joh at Illinois. We've come through the social season like a whirlwind. For in- 
stance, every girl in the chapter hut three went to the Military Ball, and goodness knows it 

wasn't our fault that they didn't. And our annual 
dance, and annual tea will go down in history. Near- 
ly everyhody in the University comes around to see 
us now, and we're nice to all of them. W hat's the use 
of heing exclusive? 

We're really sorry that our sister chapters haven't 
got an Ida Mae Shotwell or a 
i'Vances Kirkwood. Ida was in- 
cautious enough to get engaged, 
hut perhaps we can hreak her of 
that. 

One of our sweetest freshmen. 
Sister Boyd, has got the cutest 
hrother. And he's so killingiy 
hashful. He just won't come 
around — even turned down tiie annual. 

We hated to lose Lettie Busey, hut still we don't Ijlanic her for 
getting married. She's got a husliand that'll always produce the meat 
and potatoes. 

Anyway, we've still got Nan Walcott and Grace Bacon, so three 
cheers for Alpha Chi. Yours forever, 

Louise Armstrong. Our Consf.xnt 

comp.xniox 




The Left Overs 




DANCES 

Dances are of twt> kinds: those where people have a good time and those attended by 
the dean of women. 

At clul) dances people dance the "turkey-trot" and "bear-cat," while at house parties, 
sorority girls are taught these achievements by proticient swains, while chaperons are look- 
ing for the liall in Jake Stahl's famous home run picture. 




?n^Hi,'/i0lMii^'imjj^^ 



WHEN EVERYBODY ATTENDS 



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VNIVEP^ITY OF ILLINOIS 

V— PI PJETA PHI 

Champaign, on the Boneyard. ^^arch 2S. T012. 
Dear "Hap": 

Yep, the Thetas are still in the ring. 'Course, owning their own house they didn't 

have to corral as many of the fair seekers of romance as your erstwhile pals, the Pi Phis. 

You will chuck yourself in the ribs to hear that more than the usual number of the 

old Janes were at the ring side when the gong sounded 
— seven — whoops, my dear. What a bunch ! Some says 
more could have come back but I has my doubts. Peggy 
Douglas blew in bright and earlJ^ sort of expecting Ed 
^ Lyons to show up for the football season, but there 

^' / ' ' * ,/ wasn't no gasoline smell around. And so Peggy van- 

\ I M / ' 2\ ished for parts unknown. 

f*^- *" » '• tJi "Xother of the old guard. Fuzz Browm. has been 

» T  -m. aL t» hanging around sort of intermittently. She's gone again 

now. 

'Member Katy Saxton ? Well the poor kid went home. 
Entered in the fall and paid her fees, too. Zip, went 
another acre of the old farm. I ain't quite got her case 
doped out but she had one of those rooms fronting on 
the Kappa Sig house and they do say that it's a nervous life. 

You'd sure die to get your peepers on that old Skeet Blaisdell. His schedule is so full 
of fussing that it sounds like a sloe-gin-fiz. Does everything but pay board. Had a lease 
on the den for the winter season but the team's practicing out doors now. 

It may hold your attention for a while to know that Phoebe James was to sing in the 
Choral aggregation but she got peevish when they gave 
her a scat w^ith the basses. Herb Hedman is managing 
the track team and Lil Noth. Some lad for speed, eh ! 
The track team has one night stands but O YOU 
LIL! 

And say would you believe it, they are mixing up 
in politics, too ! Mag Webber is going to he the 
May-pole. 

Went out to the old tank town to spend a week 
last summer, .\bout the first thing I set my eyes 
on as I climbed up the evening rattler was a tri- 
colorcd lithograph of the Riner Twins. Always 
knew they could do it. There's to them Riner girlies. 
Now to be candid, old man, they have got some 
good ones in the yearling bunch and they ought to 
show form next season ; but since this the Alpha Delts 
got a sheep-skin. I haven't had time to investigate. 
Will pass along a line of dope on the Thetas in my next. 





Boys Will Bk Girls 



Good luck. 
Ever Your Loving Ex-Roomy, 

L M. Game. 




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\'I— KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

Urbaxa, III., April lo, IQ12. 
Dear Old Sox : 

You will please note the change of apartments. The new place has two windows and 
four books. A regular room I I really didn't want to change but I expect that I ought 
to have been canned out of the last joint I called home 'cause I got reckless one night and 
with fitting ceremonies hung a picture of a Theta, done in color, up over the bureau. 
■"Strike me blind" says the old girl that cleans my stall. "Burning lights all day." Never knew 
Arete Covey, did you? Some bright top that girl's got. 

Speaking of the Thetas reminds me that you asked to have the dope. Strike uj) the 
classical music, professor. Off with the Bear-cat and on with the dance. 

Giggers. here comes the cop. one deaness of women, by name of Mary Eliza Fawcett, 

A.M. (meaning stop the dance in the morn- 
ing). Believe me the police censors of Ber- 
lin have got nothing on her. Her cry for 
order on the dance floor sounds like Tito 
Wads at 7 145. She rules them with a slip- 
pery elm club. 

You'd a died, old top, to have l)een at 
the Military Ball. Big Kit Planck was lead- 
ing. She's the hen colonel of the regiment 
this year and P. Kircher is on the night sliift. 
running the Theta furnace. She gave Mag 
Webber, the Pi Phi, an awful run for the 

»' '^'^^^^^■■nss^^^n^^^^H ^^^^H.^ May-pole job. 

W^ ••■-^^^^^^■^^^^^^^^^^■■l ^^^mam^ Believe me. the Thetas had tiie makings 

R>— . • - IMHff -.^^^^^^^M of a heavy weight in B, B meaning I'.eef 

Copley. 

They tell me — confidentially, of course— that they've got Marg Spaulding corralled for 
next season's branding. They had her signed up for this season but she didn't hop the 
kindergarten fence and is still in High School. We are praying in bunches that she can 
learn her arithmetic by June so she can be a college girl next 
year. Also she can count her dates for the Theta records. 

Taint very often that I fall for a Jane but when I do I 
like to make good. Kind of hurts not to place, 'specially in 
the minor league. What I mean is this: that Harris girl has 
got me going gaily west on a cyclone. 

A compromise is under consideration whereby Copley 
and Mather even up a bit, sort of distribute the weight, you 
know. Beefy is bound to take on a few pounds. She weighs 
in at 98. unattached now. 

Dan Swanneil is co-operating with Ag Porter — you re- 
member the girl with the Goddess of Liberty carriage and the 
Belinda the beautiful Boiler Maker get-up. Seems that they 
weren't dying off very fast down at Olney and the ready re- 
mittance failed to materialize but Ag knew that Heaven would 
protect the working girl and took a chance at combing her 
blond switch with one hand while she balanced a bottle of 
Rexall Bleacher in the other, for the benefit of the loafers out- 
side Swannell's window. 

You will be glad to hear about Amy Overland. Yes. she's 
still here. She holds the record (ladies varsity) for the 
Marathon walk. She's got the azure orbs on the Police 
Gazette Medal for fancy diving when the natatorium is built 
in the women's building. 

Again your loving Ex-Roomer, 

I. M. Game. 



LOWERY AXD ^HSS EDGERTC 




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\!I_DEr/r.\ CAMMA 

M V Dear Degkk : 

Hefore I vacate my cherished throne to partake of the peaceful and xmthinjj >lunil)ors, 
J nnist unravel to you the cognitions which arise in my cerebrum. Iota chapter prepared 
for the strenuous activity of the year by a careful selection of freshmen. Julia's success 
as rushing captain has been as proti'table as has been her popularity. 

I am afraid, however, that our beloved and cherished trophy cup will overflow with 
more freshmen names that we can handle. Sylvia Casey has already contracted with the 
engraver and her name will head the list. After two years of industry and wearisome toil, 
she has obtained the requisite standing of an unsophisticated freshman. Her latest pur- 
suit is in an entirely new field. Not satisfied with the monotonous and contemptible 

humdrum of local fortune seekers, she has 
now unearthed a new suitor through the local 
headquarters of a matrimonial agency. 

Say Kid, have you heard of our two 
Delt pledges? Cutt was here so much that it 
was absolutely necessary to pledge him. But 
Cutt is as strong for us as Bobby Wright's 
refreshments, and unless some peroxide 
blond enters our mystic circle, his presence 
will not be lost. The other harmless and 
modest Munky is Johnnie Johnson from Po- 
sey County. In his own mind he is about the 
strongest I). G. man along John Street. 

At our last meeting the question of hav- 
ing open house was discussed, but the idea 
was discouraged, due to the meager fur- 
nishing in the house. Until the Sigma Chi's 
replace the chairs they demolished, entertain- 
ment will be impossible. 

Our chaperon is a peach. She surprised 
the entire chapter a short time ago by ring- 
ing the bell at ten o'clock. She sleeps here 
almost every night. 

Whether it is her airy warble or glistening 
Helen Gere tickles the ivories for us while Dorothy Dorner 

.Arrogantly ycnirs, 

JOHX.Xn-: LiTTLEJOHN. 




Verna Cooper is our most popular girl 
eyes, we are all benighted 
carols automatically. 




\'III— ALPHA XI DELTA 



Carrik, Old Giri. : 

Dead wouldn't hardly be the word to describe Alpha Xi Delta this year. It is posi- 
tively stagnant. Of course we took in the normal number of beautiful girlies this fall — 
but they couldn't climb up to the old bunch of Alpha Xi babes. Do you remember the 

tug of war the Phi Gams had over Eva Dedrick at 
one of our Tuesday nights? Well, we can't even 
have our harmless little Tuesday night dances any 
more. Xow ask me — is Alpha Xi dead? Yes. 

I am sorry you couldn't be here for our formal. 
I never saw such a maddening sizzle of delight be- 
fore in my life. Why, Carrie, every man on the 
floor was gagging for joy at the sight. I never saw 
our buxom little Eva Fisher look so beautiful, and 
Ruth Whittaker was like one long joyful, gurgling 
drink of pop. I guess Alpha Xi is rather bucking 
up and wading out of the mire, allright. Our sister, 
Uyrnie Goodman, made Phi Beta Kappa. Did you 
ever hear any noise like Phi Beta Kappa in those old 
days? Of course not. 

The boys have been awfully 
nice to us this year, even if we 
can't dance any more. We are 
serenaded nearly every warm 
evening l)y at least one boarding 
club. Then one night two Tekes 
came over and took turns singing 
under Mrs. Gaut's window. I 
guess they really thought it was 
Xell Hedrick's room, as she is 
the only one that knows them. 

We are getting along amaz- 
ingly well in Pan-Hellenic this 
year. Xot one Alpha Xi curl was missing after the grand splash, and 
that's going some. 

Well, Honey, it's seven o'clock, and I have a date at the library at 
7:15. Affectionately, 

Louise Jenner. 









Cj::f\^\o^i^ 'C-^ox^'^r^ ^or 



^A. 



'^ PEEP . 

THE ©0TT HOuit 




VNIVEP.SITY OF ILLINOIS 




J X— KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 

Anno Domino, 1912. 
Revered Comrad: 

I must indite an epistle t(i intHrni ymi that the Beta Lambda Chapter is in the tliroes 

of a calamitous catastrophe and is suffering from fractured cardiacs. Prepare for the 

worst, dear — not one of our seniors made Phi Beta Kappa. However we have not lost 

our drag with the faculty, they being outnumbered at our annual only by the Phi Gams. 

Some of our Coterie had a tendency to become worldly minded early in the season, 

abandoning our favorite pastime of checkers and 
bean bags to master the fundamental principals of 
poker. The equipment for this game was presented to 
us by the D. U's but in a few days they requested 
the return of the same and thus the dignity of the 
chapter was saved from contamdemnation. 

We are now launched on the correct career. 
Florence Hall, Alice Redhed and Helen Abbott 
are settlement workers. Mal)el Mclntyre, Betty 
Boyers and Margaret Dupuy are members of the 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Fay Armstrong is our only 
wayward and irrepressible one. But then you know 
she is not true Kappa type. She ought to have been 
a Chi Omega or a Pi Phi. 

We are cautious as ever about forming acquaint- 
ances with the males. A man must present his childhood certificate of attendance to Sun- 
day School and a V. M. C. A. membership card before he obtains good standing with the 
Kappas. 

We gave a crocheting and embroidering party last Friday night, the Phi Gams being the 
honorable guests. 

Tag. our lady Shcrlocko and Xemesis of thieves has had her heart stolen away ard we 
are now casting about for a new chaperonc. 
Helen Abbott is acting as self appointed 
guardian. 

We are having o])en house now every 
Sunday and are meeting with magnificent 
success. The masculines seem to appreciate 
the quality of our commissary department, 
judging from the quantities of food-stuffs 
consumed on Sundav afternoons. 

Art Simpson, Steve Clafiin and Brother 
Mounts are included in our fixtures this year. 
IVe are all feverish with a desire to knoiv 
ivhat has become imth the I'hi I'si drag. 

The D. U's are now classed with the im- 
possible. The report came to us that one of 
them was caught drinking a bottle of ginger 
ale. We are boycotting them now as we di > 
not approve of such debauchery. 

Margaret Dupuy, Amelia Gay, Betty 
Boyers and myself are denying ourselves of Spearmint and are hoarding our money to 
buy a new dress next year. We expect to startle the entire chapter by our up-to-dateness 
by ])urchasing at least 1902 models. 

l)e])arting from custom this year we did not reject rushees who possessed curves, 
symmetry, dimples and compk-xinn. Angles and honuspun featnris are no longer held 
to be a virtue. 

I fear that I have been too loquacious and will desist, 

"^'onrs very humbly. 

Alice Rkdhkd. 




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X— ALPHA OMICROX PI 

Miss Blanche Cooper, 

Grand Secretary of Alpha Omicron Pi, 

Dearest Sister : 

Alpha Omicron Pi can hardly boast of a better chapter than Iota of Illinois. We 
have a lovely frat honse. and we entertain male callers every now and then. It's nice to 
be quiet and seclusive. These other sororities are gadding around all the time, but Alpha 
Omicron Pi will get 'em yet — just remember the story of the turtle and the hare. Even this 
year we made 'em sit up and take notice by giving the first annual of the season. That was 
some annual too. We had the letters Alpha Omicron Pi in electric lights and everything. 

The class of boys we go with is beyond reproach. Every one of them is a regular fiend 
for study, and will stand without hitching anywhere. We haven't much to offer in the 
way of news. We are quietly working for .Alpha Omicron Pi, and in a year or two we will 
break in with one big splash. W atch this Space ! 

Yours for the Sisterhood, 

Etta Lantz. 



RULES FOR T?IE PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION FOR MEN 

Of thk Umveksitv of Ii.i ivois 

At the regular )iicctiug of the Pan-Hellenic Association of the 
University of Illinois, held in 1912, the folloivincj rules zvere adopted 
for the school year of 1912-13. 

1. Pledge day shall be the ninth Saturday after registration, 
providing there are any frats left. 

2. Xone shall be allowed to have any but all-night or breakfast 
dates tv-ith a rushee. 

J. Ac dates Z\.'ith tnore rushecs than can be acconuuodatcd. 

4. Each freshman iclicn initiated shall carry at least inititarv 
and P. T. 

5. After a rushee has been entertained once, it shall furnish its 
own cigarettes. 

6. A pledge can only be broken by petition to the President of 
the University and the Dean of Jroinen. 

7. Rushees may not call upon sisters, cousins or sweethearts of 
active members. 

8. Kissing rushees before pledge day is positiz'cly prohibited. 

9. However any active members seen zcithout arms about 
rushee zcill be subject to Pan-Hell reprimand. 

10. An appeal may be made to the local Pan-Hellenic for the 
consideration of any exception to these rules. 



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SOME SOCIAL EVENTS 




APRIL I — All Fool's Day. Aiinouiiceineiit of semester exams; this is no joke. Brewers 

can't play well in a dry town ; we win, 5 to 2. 
APRIL 8 — Players Chil) presents "Our Boys": one of them, Thatcher Guild, by name, 
rivals E. H. Sothern. 

APRIL II— Glee and Mandolin 
Clubs start on trip. "Sorry 
sir, we can't rent you a dress 
suit at present : they're all 
out." 
APRIL 13 — Pi Phis win sorority 
contest. "Aren't we the wit- 
ty things, though?" 
APRIL 22 — For the second time 
in two days, Iowa takes the 
bitter medicine from Dr. 
Huff. 
APRIL 26 — Leo G's automobile 
( ?) takes to asthetic danc- 
ing and does a "Hieland MinK" from the Law Building down Burrill Avenue. 
MAY 2 — Sigma Chi warns Kai)i)a Kappa Gamma to lower their window shades. 

May 3 — Professor Dodge purchases a haircut. 

Butz knocks it a mile in the eleventh and 
the Maroons are again humbled. 
M.W 8 — Helmet initiates furnish a little amuse- 
ment. 

Illinois Union holds banquet. "I'm still 
hungry, let's beat it over to Tite's and get 
something to eat." 

M.W 9 — Sigma Chi House party: Kappa Kappa 
Gamma serves notice on them that the shades 
are up. 

.MA^' 17 — Sigma Xi elections. "If I'd made Tau 
Ikta and Phi Beta Kappa, I could wear 'em 
all on a fob like Blondy Noerenberg does." 

MAY 18 — Dope sheet out. Some dope! 

Girl's Stunt Show. Ralph Scott offers $5 
for a seat on front row. 

M.\\' It; — Interscholastic. Why not pletlge the 
prospective freshnun now and save the 



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trouI)le of it the following September? 
Certain men break into print in Hipp Jordan's list 
of unpaid Illini subscribers. 

MAY 20— CIRCUS!?— It pours! "Would you kindly 
turn that umbrella around so the water won't drip off 
of it and run down my neck?" 

MAY 25 — Slowfoot I'.ill rkcted svvinnniiig captain. 

MA^' 27— F.nough go(jl)ers at .\g Peanut Banquet to sup- 
ply all the Chicago baseball fans for two seasons. 

M.\^' 30 — .Automobile races at Indianapolis. "I'll tell you 
fellows, I'd go but I haven't any cuts left so late in the 
year." 




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For 3o '-^ 




MAY 31 — Illios sidetracked between St. Louis 
and here. 

JUXE I — Illios out. A tew hundred people 
hurt because there were no roasts on 
them. "Many are the roads to popularity." 

JUXE 2/ — What is this? A summer school 
registration or a suffragette campaign? 

JUXE 28 — Summer school baseball team or- 
ganized; Hipp Jordan, manager. We have 
to find something to manage now that the 
mini job is over. 

Jl'LN' 6 — Campus sing on South Campus. 

■'Oh girls, how romantic?"' 
JULY 14 — Ed. Morrissey spends three days 

working on a poster for the "Summer 

Prom." 

never knew that either humorists or de- 

JULY 15 — Budget of $2,472,800.00 is approved. 
We want but little here below. 

JULY 26 — Art Savage places "Summer I'roni" 
tickets on sale at two dollars. "Prom" de- 
clared off! Aren't the male attendants at 
Summer School fussers or don't the fe- 
iii.'ik's dance? 

AUti. 4 — Dean Clark goes to Colorado. We 
never knew that either humorists or de- 
tectives dwelt there. 

.SI'.PT. I — Some students are already digging 
ddwn in their trunks. 

SEPT. 18 — Back to school and it was raining, 
too. Senior lids and junior caps in evi- 
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SEPT. ig — Y. AI. C. A. Reception. For the um- 
steenth time Dean Clark skives his annual ad- 
vice to the freshmen. 

Peggy Douglas, 'ii, of Chicago is visiting Uni- 
versity friends. "You see, I just had to run 
down and see how things were going." 

SEPT. 20 — Instruction begins — also holes in the 
new bank account. 

SEPT. 21 — Kink Lear returns. Great excitement 
among the nihilists. 

Mr. Hale Plain Daugherty, uf the editorial 
staff of the Peoria Herald-Transcript returns 
and registers in the jmirnalistic department. 
"Howdy. Pete." 

SEPT. 23— Wirt Herrick's back, too. 

SEPT. 25— Drill. "Slovely." 

SEPT. 26 — Sophs take steps toward having a class 
emblem. 



SEPT. 27— Ag Glee 
verv keen ! 



Clul) tryouts. Competition 



I^H? W^Ni^ 



SEPT. 2q — J. P. Hanna gives up architecture and 
registers in the College of Science. 

SEPT. 30 — Sig Chis call on George for Ade. 

Harry Helt tries to subdue the Gas House 
Gang. Cap pistol discovered on his person. 

OCT. I— Champaign left in the dark, (iirls. living in Champaign, afraid to go to the Library 
alone after sundown. 

OCT. 5 — Assistant Dean Bawden makes 
out a l*>eshman schedule. This 
wonderful work maps out one's time 
for sleeping, smoking, fussing, et 
cetera. Soph Election. 

Heine Bloebaum : "Our side's going to 
win this election." 



Ballot Box: Ah, quit 
mc ; I don't believe it. 



your stuffing 



Ott Seiler downs the "Hang It on." 
First down ; nothing to gain — lots 
to lose. 

OCT. 6 — Marquis of Queensbury here. 
Four thousand loyal students of 
Illiiiawaii make arrangements for 
framing his motto, "Be a good old 
sporting Christian." 

Dean Clark referees at the Freshman 
class meeting while neophites 
wrestle with Robert's Rules of Dis- 
order. 

OCT. 7 — Carlcton Trimble back in our midst — Urbana. 
Milliken football team visits the University, 
llelt acquitted of serious criminal charge. 




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OCT. 8 — Ag Ch\h condemns hazing; sopho- 
mores in the club seem to be in the min- 
ority. Cremation of the Kappa Cat. 

OCT. 9 — Junior election. Heavy vote ; Light 
elected. 

OCT. 12 — Soph, procs offered for sale at 15 
cents each. Oh, class loyalty, what 
grafts, are committed in thy name ! 

OCT. 13 — Friday, too. Two depart for 
hazing. 

OCT. 14 — Beebe, as cheer leader, gives ex- 
ample of plastic posing and aesthetic 
dancing at the St. Louis game. 

Preparations for pushball contest ; Hos- 
pital Association membership swells fifty 
per cent. 

OCT. 19 — Madame Sherry at Walker. Chorus 
composed of 14 ex-sorority girls. 

OCT. 20 — In keeping with the Illinois cus- 
tom, the class of '14 cstalilishos itself as 
the 1000 per cent pushball team. 

OCT. 26 — Professor Joey Stebbins an- 
nounces that the Brook's Comet is vis- 
ible at 4:30 A. M. Another excuse for 
being late to your eight o'clock. 

OCT. 28 — Betas again spending the week- 
end in Peoria. 



OCT. 31 — Freshmen get first taste of college politics. 

Directories out. 
NOV. 5— Miss Ruby Rothner of the "Merry Mary" 

Company is visiting Sylvia Casey at the Delta 

Gamma house. 

Prexy leaves for Europe. 

NOV. 15 — Sophs satisfy their desire for an emblem 
by choosing stick pins with numerals on it ; 24 
carat sterling silver, too. 

NOV. 22— Architects dine at V. M. C. A. Hutchins 
tells a story. 

NOV. 21 — Big line for Minnesota ticket sale begins 
at 7 P. M. About 2 A. M. compliments of all 
sorts were offered to Tommy Thompson. 
Seniors burn up two really good dummies and 

then suffer defeat by the Sophs. 
Chicago papers declare that we tried to burn the 
Orpheum. For behold, what was only a speck 
on the horizon, the Chicago papers have made a 
cyclone cloud. 

NOV. 25 — Minnesota game — at least we weren't de- 
feated 30 to o, as was one of our dear friends. 

NOV. 29 — University professors disagree with Car- 
negie in his choice of the "World's Twenty 
Greatest Men." How did he happen to leave 
out Woodrow Wilsoit? 







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DEC. 6 — Rathbun puts up a strong fight for 
\'arsity football manager and wins. "I 
tell you. \t)U can't keep a good man down." 
Prexy is in Europe: Burrill at Illinois Alum- 
ni Meeting in Pittsburg ; Kinley at Rivers 
and Harbors Convention at Washington. 
Say? who's running this University now, 
anyhow ? Pete ? 
Armory floor being improved (?) for the 
Prom. 
Dec. 12 — Girls have a doll show at the Asso- 
ciation house. "O-o-oh. see my 'ittle dolly; 
aint "im tute an' tunnin'?" 
DEC. 15 — Seniors hold smoker and boxing 
match. What if they had arrested the 
whole bunch ! 
JAN. 3 — We return. Give us this day our 

daily work. 
J.\X. 4 — Mercury sinks to depths unknown; 
sighted by a member of the C. E. department 

at 21 degrees south of zero. 
J.\X. 7 — Blowout at the Beta House. Jiles 
Keithley makes a galant rescue; his meas- 
urements are forwarded to Andy Carne- 
gie for a leather medal. 
J.\X. 9 — First call for Senior pictures for the 
Illio. One dollar, please. 
JAN. 9 — Miss Ruby Rothner of the "Merry Mary" company is visiting at the Delta Gamma 

house. 
J AX. 10 — Miss Goebel and Professor Beck take a stroll on South Campus. Eighteen degrees 

below, brr-r— r— . Lights in Gym go out. 
JA.\. II — Ag. Glee Club takes a trip to Litchfield. 

line of development. 
J.'\X. 12— Sophs flirt with My Lady Xicotine. 

JAN. 13 — Tilton, Smith, Duhadway. M'Birnie. Gross, and Wagner entertain their class at a 

smoker — for twenty-five cents per head. 
J.-\X. 15 — Shorthorns arrive. Chambana sec- 
tion of the Amalgamated Association of 
Landladies boost room rent to $30 a month 
and board to $6 a week 
JAX'. 16 — Through the Illini Columns. L. D. 
Tilton states that he was not the chairman 
of the Freshman smoker committee, as 
was announced I Horrors, what's the rea- 
son ? 
J AX. 18 — lllinf)is magazine out: i'kblaw cries 

for more student leaders. 
J.AX. IQ — Fourth Estate, honorary journalistic 
fraternity is formed. Is \Villie Hearst 
to be made an honorary member? 

Prf)fessor Barrell of ^'ale declares 
that monkey and man spring from 
common ancestry. Does this account 
for my fatal beauty? 



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JAX. 20 — Professor Blondheim attends 
grand ojiera : attired in evening dress 
he marches down the main aisle but 
unconsciously forgets to remove his 
ear-muff's. Professor Dodge procures 
second haircut of season. 

Margy Dodd's mamma is looking after 
her for a few days. 

Athletic questionairre sent out : you 
should have seen Herbie Hedman's 
high school records. 







JAX. 21 — Entire editorial page of Illini 
turned over to articles on Ekblaw's 
policies. Hippo and T. X. E. to the front. 

JAX'. 25 — Exams; nothing funny in this. 

J.AX. 26 — Stagg decides against summer baseball. 

JAX'. 2~ — Shorthorns leave: board gets better. 

JAX. 2g — Annual fire at the .-Mpha Omicron house. If leap year 
and a fire prove of no avail, what then ? 

FEB. 2 — Sophs hold cotillion. Small crowd : great 
fear entertained that the committee will lose 
money. 

Post-exam jul)ilee — Mr)nk Remmel displays him- 
self as the "P.ear Cat Artist." Tau Kappa Ep- 
siion installed. "I'll be getting the Tekes and 
Dekes mixed, first thing. 

FEB. 7 — Prexy chaws pretzles with Kaiser Bilhelm. 

FEB. 8 — Dope Sheet Red of Wisconsin back again. 
Welcome to our pity. 

FEB. 9 — J. Ham Lewis visits the University and 
displays his immaculate and stunning babidash- 
ery. Kappa Sigs supply themselves with bril- 
liant cravats. 
Teddy Rex wins the straw vote: professors jub-i- 
lant. 

FEB. 10 — lllini (Kfeat Mr. Lawler of Minnesota. 
Bill Vosburgh's bunch of sharks splash water 
in the Maroon swimmer's eves. 



b'El!. 12 — C. S. Roberts is elected to the responsible 
position of sheriff of the mutt. no. moot court. 

Pete, alias Slim Daugherty. gets his Greek aiphaViet mixed up and calls at Alpha Chi 
house instead of the Chi' Omega. "Pardon me. why-y-y, I guess 1 made a mistake. 

FEB. 13— Bull, Wooly. Murph, Xap, Thomas, Slowfoot Bill, and Case, as popular Ilinois 
men, sit as models for the Society Brand Clothes. 

Chet P^isher, Gregory Vigeant, and Red Worsham feel slighted because they were not let 
in on the free suit deal. Immediately Slig, Lul)in. and Edison try to get the. seven men 
to pose for their respective motion picture concerns. 




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FEB. 14 — Tryouts for Student Opera. "Did 
you ever see Adelaide Genee : well, she 
doesn't dance anything like I do. 

FEB. 17 — Varsity and Babes occasion an ex- 
pression of hatred from Pat Page after 
indoor meet with Maroons. 

FEB. 10 — Junior election ; treasury enriched 
by about nine dollars. 

FEB. 22 — Someone said that it was Washing- 
ton's birthday. We never realized it until 
we went down to the I)ank to see how 
much we had overdrawn. 
Senior election ; Paul Fritchee trees a coon ; 
Charlie "hangs it on !'' 

FEB. 23 — Tau Bets announced, "If 1 hadn't 
got that low grade in Rhetoric in my 

freshman year, why .'' 

Military Ball. "That dangling saber keeps 
bothering me every step I take." Sirens 
put on sale by the "honor system." A cent 
makes as much or more noise than a dime 
W'hen dropped in a I)ox. 

FEB. 26 — Band on its trip: Vic Mathis almost 
signs up with the hotel manager as bell- 
hop. 

FEB. 27 — X'ew system of interclass athletics 
under discussion. 
Another soph election ; competition very 
keen ; two candidates for the office of 
vice-president. 

FEB. 28 — Prexy returns from Europe and Berlin. 

Phi Beta Kappa isn't so much of a sorority this year; nine of the nineteen are men. 
Margaret Taggart plunges into the slush. 





Mumps and German measles invade the University: whetlur or not Proxy brou.uiit the 
measles back from Dcutschland, we cannot say. 

FEB. 29 — Extra day; consequently we worked (?) extra hard. 

MARCH I— The new University catalog, a trifle larger than that of Sears, Roebuck & Co., 
is ready for distributi(Mi. 

M.ARCll 5— .\Ipha Omicrons win sorority roast contest. .\re they responsible? 



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MARCH 5 — Don Ciishing calls on Crystal Hammer in full 

dress. 
Monroe, Ellison, Kastel, Willmore, and Griffith take bar 

exam and are given permission to charge for their services. 
Illio electioneering becomes intense. "Pardon me, I thought 

that fellows roomed here : by the way, how are you girls vot- 

ing?" 
Wave of reform started: no more "raggy" two-steps on 

dance programs. 
MARCH 7 — Class Day officers elected. (Over the phone) : 

"Hello, is this Cartwright? This is Goebel. Say, if it 

isn't too late to get it in the Illio. 1 want you to add Class 

Poet to my record. 

MARCH 8— Delta Gamma Formal. 




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MARC! I 12 — Petition for withdrawal from the Con- 
ference is circulated. 
Ti.Lio election. "We are men of few words," rei)lied 
the trio of Petes, (Vandercook, Wright, and 
Daugherty ). 
MARCH 13 — E. A. Williford acquires the exalted po- 
sition of freshman class president. 
Rousing mass-meeting for conference reform. 

MARCH 1.3 — Reform wave spreads. Cheap vaude- 
ville put under the official microscope. 

M.\RCH 15 — "Herbie" Harwood. in possession of 
one of those collapsible hats, attends the .Alpha 
Chi fornial. 

.MARCH 16 — Hibernians hold banquet in honor of 
good ould Saint Pat. 

MARCH I" — How dear to our hearts — the announcement of drill twice a week and ad- 
vanced maneuvers in the spring ! 

JNIARCH 18 — Dahringer elected basketball captain. Spring celebration: freshmen storm the 
Orpheum ; something scandalous — according to the Chicago papers. 

MARCH 19 — Alpha Delta Phi takes a liking to Illinawah and taku- in the Alpha Alphas. 
Oh, you Alpha Delta Phi "fratority!" 
Just to make one appreciate Spring, the weather man hands us some more winter. 

MARCH 19 — F. K. W. Drury speaks on "The Art of Making Up," at Philo Hall; many 
beauty secrets, which are unknown to Lillian Russell, are brought to light. 

MARCH 21 — Chicago papers assert that the "Big Eight'' is no more. Alas, poor confer- 
ence, I knew him well : he was a "staggy" guy. 

MARCH 23 — Ags demonstrate their honesty and make up the deficiency in the Siren box. 
Competition Ijetween the two schools is now becoming keen as to the honor system. 

MARCH 25 — Preparations started for the Dope Sheet ; prominent f ussers begin to tremble. 
]\[ARCH 28 — "Wet or dry?" "Why, just comb it dry." Tickets for the Engineering 
Dance last about as long as a fifty-yard dash. 
Alpha Alpha initiated into Alpha Delta Phi. 
As it will read in the future: Alpha Delta Phi entertained Dean Pawcett at a tea this 

afternoon. 
Alpha Delta Phi and the Sigma Xu freshmen will hold a tug of war across the Boneyard 
this afternoon. 
]\IARCH 29— Law Dance. 

"What do you think of the decorative effect of the baseball cage?" 
"Gee, and I ordered the cab for i :45." 

(During the last two dark encores) : "Say, gimme a match, I want to look at my pro- 
gram.'" 
MARCH 29 — Helen Fairfield and a noted celebrity from Germany, practice squeeze plays 
on the Kappa porch in view of the whole Phi Gam chapter. 

]\L\RCH 30 — Sigma Kappa announces the pledging of Art Savage. 
Art. why the roast section has been neglected. 



We understand, now 



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TURNER'S BAND 

References 

Hard to Find 

Telephone 
Call One of My Neighbors 

)IS.S.\TISFACTION GUARANTEED 



"HIC" HEATH'S MUSICL\NS 

Sacred and Rag-Time 

Music a Specialty 

Will play for receptions, dances, churches, 
or keg-parties 

Call Little. Sigma Chi House 



TMt CAVE 

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MOHLMAN'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Rough-Neck Dances 

Preferred 

Reduced Prices to Personal Friends 



on2\ ALL MIGHT. 



PARK'S ORCHESTRA 

Main Office : 

Any Old Street Corner 

VViould like to get into good-standing 
"frat" (to play) 

References 

Star Restaurant 

Mikk's Bootlegging Emporium 

Deke House 

Spencer's Residence 



lll(.(.I.\S DISKN' IXlv 
"Cheats the Darner" 

Use it to conceal that HOLE 
in your SOCK 

COMES IN QUARTS 

Not for Tan Sox 



'•IIIC.II-P.AIj;' WILSON'S 
BUNCH 

Will Play Anywhere 
EXPERT BOX- BEATER 

and 

DEMONSTRATOR OF 

"The Dreamy Waits" 

GET THE HABIT 

Carry .hi i}iifroi'cd Pocket Magnet f'or 

Emergency Use At Formals 

SOMETHING NEW 

W ill extract those slippery hairpins when 

they drop down your back 

I'\)R Sale at Osisokn Hall 



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THE NEW DESIGNS 




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"Gold, gold, gold that men liavc hied and died for and right here hefore nie very eyes," 
were the startling words uttered hy Heine Bloehaum as he picked up a pocket-book in 
front of the Library. "Please ]\Iister, w-ould you be so kind as to return my purse," this 
from a tall lady in black, directly behind Heine. "Why sure, lady, I hain't got no use for 
money. Didn't you know that I was chairman of the Sf)phomore Cotillion?" 




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APPEARANCES ARE DECEIVING 



JIMMIE STEVENSON, "THE VILE" 

Delta Sigma Rho ; Alpha Zeta ; Phoenix, Adelphic ; Agricultural 
Club; Class Debate; Illinois-Indiana Debate; Illinois-Nebraska De- 
bate; N. O. L. Representative; Class President; Illinois Union Coun- 
cil ; Secretary Illinois Union ; Lincoln League Senate ; Illinois Home- 
coming Committee; Preliminary Honors; Philo-Adelphic Debate; 
Illinois-Indiana Debate; Treasurer Senior Piall Committee. 





WILLIAM JOHN STEINBREDER 
Science 



TRIED AND DIDNTS 

Oiiery Senior Society 

MoTTKU — 'H'e dune our dnnidest or the bluff that failed" 

Elovver — [( eeping irHlow 

SoNc; — "You'll do the same thing ore)'" 

J. A. Nevins Paul Fritchf.y 

Dl'tch Kern'dt Frank Dean 

Rough Girton Merry Berrv 

Llovi) Williams Lonsdale Green 

Art Bradley 



Pi P.kta I'm 
Eta Chicken Pie 
At Beta Theia Pi. 
Harump — Oh ! Oh ! 



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"PETE" DAUGHERTV 

I ain't much on fussin" but about once a ninnth I ''lloss"' up and 
step out. Once I used that durned Beta telephone to sort a fix up 
sonie matrimonial future, and get "hep" to a maid over at the .\iphi 
Chi hash house. 1 intimated that I would drop around soon, and 
so at about three bdls 1 blew. A "purty" fair lookin' maid met me 
at the door and when I asked her for the girl she informed me that 
she was not there, but I reckoned she would return soon so I told 
the girl that I would just wait. I set around about two hours and 
got up antl went home to "grub" out a batch of sympathy from Ilar- 
wood. He's purty well up on the whereal)outs of the members of the 
fair se.x. Weel he put me wise to the fact that I had been "settin" " 
around in the Chi Omega House. 

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^tr.t aj'-j*!""!? 




GAY young maid quite sedate, 
Has been seen on the campus of 

late 
Wearing a Phi Sigma Kappa pin 
Which shows she has been 
Engaged since Xovemlier the 

eighth. 




PRESS SHOP IMIILOSOIMIV 



05E>0KriE HALL FlOSLK 



Veil, you know how it is>. IJe boys conit-s in here al-r-r-ready und say, "Veil. Harry, 
got my suit done yet?" und I says, "Xo, I haint got it r-r-ready. Vot you ting I am. a 
nigger? Vot for ycju I)ring your suit in for on Saturday noon if you want it Saturday night 
before sigz o'clock?" Und den dey says, "Oh, youre 
joost like de niggers. All you does it put in the 
machine und give it a squeeze und den you says 
it's done." I don't do dat : I clean und pr-r-ress 
und mendt all your clodthes for vun year for sigz- 
teen dollars. But I can't make any monies; de boys 
don't pay me any tings und dey comes in und says. 
"Harry, lone me a dollar," und I gives id to dem. 
Do I gid id back? X'it! If I says anyting dey says, 
"Ve'Il go to de nigger's nexd time." Und so I 
can't make any monies. Vot you tink my egzpenses 
is for von mondth ? A hundert und nindy dollars 
und I didn't dake in as more as two hundert und 
eighty dollars last week. Oh bizness is do worse! 
Dey lie to me. Dey say dey aint got no monies. Vot 
can I do? Call him a liar? Den I lose his Bizness." 

Say. let me dell you sometings. Dese niggers 
say, "Oh, let him alone a Jew won't last long." How 
nnicli yon link 1 make last mondt? See here in dis 
l)ook — a hundert und four, und seventj^-five sigxty, 
und eighdy-two, und eighdy-seven — tink I vont last 
long? Oi, Oil 111 show 'em \-ot a Jew can do. 
Und you vait til Champaign goes wet. You'll see 
me wit de hottest s'loon in town ! ! 

Naw, I didn't bust dat button ; id was busted. 
Veil, I'll fixz id: I got de buttons. Und dos spots? 
Joost rul) dem oud, like dis. \'ell. I know id stinks : 
gazoline alvays stinks. Id'ill air oud all r-r-right. 
Yess, yess. I'll bring id over dis efening. Say. vont 
tomorrow do? 




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FUSSITIS ECONOMITIS 

OR 

THE GEXTLE ART OF PROCURING A FEMIXIXE STAXD-IN 
WITHOUT THE USE OF UXDUE FINANCIAL EXPENDITURE 

// is positiz'ely the greatest ivork of its kijid ever coin- 
piled for the use of the two-hit aristocracy 

IT IS NOT AN EXPOSE OF TIGHT-WADISM, BUT A SCIENTIFIC TREATISE ON 

METHODS PRACTICED BY LOCAL SOCIAL LIONS DOING 

IT ON THIRTY-FIVE PER ]MONTH 

We Guarantee To Show You How To Make Sixty-three Calls, Take In Four Shows, Six- 
teen Informal And Four Formal Sorority Dances, At An Average Expenditure of 8^ 
Cents Per Round (Alpha Chi Excepted; It Can't Be Done). 

Tlie system is i'(>Hchcd for by loz-iiu/ friends 7cho ha:r tried if 



Jenny Crawford 
Dob Froyd 

Ray ^IcLarty 



George Newpxl 
Birdie Acer 
Pail Kircher 



Art Savage 




ch- Oj - 5P|1- Too e^J 






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"It's a nuisance to have two 
'F. M. Simpsons' on the faculty. 
Why, the other day I got a bill 
for $6.00 for a pair of corsets 
from Stevens." — Fannie Simpson. 



Bull Roberts is training for a 
position as chief sword swallower 
for Ringling Bros.. His training 
quarters are on his farm in Ohio, 
and his sword is a knife loaded 
with beans. 



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THOSE ABOMINABLE FUSSERS 




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Bui.i. 1v()i;i:kts and Siioutv 
TuiiMAs SwiPK Raxaxas 




W,U Xw ViKtisV^fv 




DISCOVERED 

Pill Kappa Gamma l'"RATi;k.\iTV AIvstkkv Sokvkd 
fculdiisy the Ciiiisc — frcslinicii (iii'cs Out The I nftinnatiiDi 

The dark and ^loDiny mystery which has for months 
hmifj heavily upon the Beta Lambda Chapter of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, and the one to which Miss Redlied re- 
ferred in her recent connnunication to Miss Llewellyn, has 
at last come to liyht. 

It seems that on or a1>out October <S, igii, a cooking 
and sewing party was given ])y the local chapter of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma to the intimate friends and brothers of the 
girls. Although si.x Phi (]ams, two .Acacias and one Phi 
Sigma Kappa (and even two non-fraternity men) were 
there, not a single brother Phi Kappa (iamma was invited. 

Further jealousy was instilled into the souls of the sus- 
pecting brothers when the Kappas adopted the custom of 
giving birthday dinners to certain boy friends. Here again 
the brothers in Phi Kappa Gannna were left out in the cold. 
J'Veshmen from less important organizations received the 
favors from the capricious co-eds. A further investigation 
will probably show that the Phi Kappa Psi's are more to 
blame than it at jiresent seems. It is hoped that a peaceful 
ac(|uiescence will be made and the honorable order main- 
taint'il. If no settlement is made soon it is feared the case 
will be taken to the tlivorce ct)urts. — Boucyard Dispatch. 




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KXOT-HOLE ESSAYS 



College Engagements 



Engagements may be either college or otherwise. If otherwise, they do not immediately 
concern us, for they have no place in the affairs of a college man, much less in the affairs 
of a college girl; also, if they are otherwise, they are real, and we have a horror of the 
real thing. 

A college engagement is a sort of a disease of college life, nnich as measles is a dis- 
ease of childhood, and is as essential to a college student's ultimate success as University 
graft is to Pete Adams' or as sunburned shrubbery is to Doc. Dodge's personality. When 
we look upon the fair visages of iletty Green, of Hcinrichscn. of Jimmie James, we can- 
not help but be impressed with the sul)limity and grandeur of the grand passion as ex- 
pressed in college engagements, and with its impelling force for good in the development 
of brutal natures. 

Engagements made in college are more interesting but less permanent than those made 
in heaven. Their outcome varies, is extremely doubtful, and can never in the least bo prog- 
nosticated. They sometimes serve as vacation experiences, which enable the experienced 
one to land a life-time snap later on, when interest is of less and permanency of more 
value. Then again, anyone that is engaged need never worry about not ha\ing a dance- 
date, which may or not be advantageous, depending upon circumstances, finances, and 
weather. Another benefit to be derived from this state of blessedness is the facility with 
which dance-programs can be filled out. The ten o'clock disappearance bell does not ring 
for engaged couples. But above all. the greatest joy which accompanies the proposition, 
June Crossland tells us, is the unlimited (opportunity for mooning and spooning, which a 
real college engagement gives. 




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MILITARY 



tlic sophomore's disgust, the junior's disdain, the sen- 
full ca])acity of running over until 



Military — the freshman's pride. 
ior's humorous recollection. 

The cup of the freshman's joy does not achieve its 
he prances proudly up to the gun crib, all gaily 
bedecked in his glove-fitting suit of sky blue 
gray, seizes his gun, and proudly goes forth to 
war on Burrill Avenue. As soon as war is 
over, he mounts a street car. hies himself to 
Renne's, and lo and behold, he emerges a pho- 
tographed man. How pleasant are the thoughts 
of the admiration and delight with which the 
pictures are received at home, of the proud and 
loving contemplation of the picture by the girl ! 
Alas ! pride goeth before a fall. Within 
two years, the haughty freshman mentioned 
above has conceived a dislike for Military 
which amounts almost to violence, and swears, 
as he casts the beautiful uniform from him at 
the close of company competitive, that he'll 
"never wear the confounded thing again." 

But he is wrong to condemn the war train- 
ing so wisely delegated to us. Think of its ad- 
vantages ! A co-ed will make a date with a uni- 
form before she will make one with a man. A 
street-car will stop before the resistless advance of blue-shirted preps. Pre.xie's receptions 
are chaperoned by the officers' uniforms. Military day gives the whole University a holi- 
day. Even ye editor, being a color-bearer, doesn't have to drill except at regimental. 

Another thing to consider it that though freshmen may ct)me, and freshmen may 
go, military goes on forever. 







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DISCOVERED 

Among the scraps of the senior records we lincl that C. L. Simons. Thcta Delta Chi, 
shares with iierbie Hedman the honor of havirg made the three dance committees, Soph 
CotilHon. junior Prom, and Senior Ball. 



We will now consult the Muses 
And dope out something nice 

For our portly business magnate. 
That money-chasing Ice. 

Ice always was a cool one. 

WTio fills 'em all with awe. 
And we'll have another ocean 

W hen he begins to thaw. 




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\\']ien our collcs^e days ha\'e fleeted 
And we're out on life's dark ways, 
We will think of Arthur Savage 
And the good old Rah I Rah ! days. 

Two thousand students knew him 

And greeted him l)y name. 

r)Ut Artie only nodded 

W hicli seems to us a shame 

That one so warml}' greeted 
And \vorshi])])ed near and far. 
Should oxerlook the kidding 
And think he's |)( )])u]ar 






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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Bakeries 

Kyle, G. A 

Third Street Bakery 



Williams Bros 600 



BiDiks 

Champaign National Bank 

Citizen's State Bank 

Corn Exchange National Bank 
Illinois Title and Trust Co. . . . 

State Bank of Chicago 

Ur!)ana Banking Co 



588 
622 



628 
646 

507 
616 

617 
629 



Barber Shop 



Kandy 624 



Billiard Halls 

Illinois Billiard Hall 

Roysdon's ]>illiard Hall .... 



Brick 

Western l>rick Co 

Evans Howard I'^ire l^)rick Co. 



Caterer 
Harris Ice Cream Co. . . . 



Cement Manufacturers 
Chicago Portland Cement Co. . . . 
German American Cement Co. . . 



Cigars 



Deisel-W'emer Co. 
Alatheny, Frank K. 



Cleaniiuj and Dyeing 

Braman & Marr 

Souder, L. B 



Clothiers and Gent's Furnishings 

Boaman & Marr 

Brooks Bros 

Cook Bros 

Flat Iron Store Co 

( inlick Tailoring Co 

Kaufman, J. M. & Co 

Kuhn, Joseph & Son 

L. & P. Tailoring Co 

Lowenstern 

Reed's Sons 

Smucker 

Stern Bros 

Zomhro 

Coal Dealers 

Harris, C. A. & Co 

Mueller, Chas. E 



Confectionery 

Bradley 

]'"rat 

Harris & Mead 

McCormicks 



Creamery 
Twin City Creamery 

Decorators 

Bacon Bros 

Price. Wm. Estate 



618 
621 



625 
628 



622 



653 
601 



60 T 
624 



597 

588 



597 
635 
642 

63.^ 
643 
612 
627 
590 
630 

613 
623 

594 
600 



592 
622 



650 
630 
602 
611 



641 



612 
632 



Department Stores 

Flat Iron Store 

Lewis, W. & Co 

Robeson, F. K 



Druggists 
DearI)orn Drug & Chemical Works. 

Knowlton & Bennett 

Spaulding & Quirk 

Swannel, H. & Son 



Electric Supplies 

CaldweH Electric Shop 

Ideal Electric Co 

Swartz Electric Shop 



Engravers 

Indianapolis Engraving Co. 
National Engraving Co. . . 



Farm Machinery 



Dillavan 
Hardv . 



Florists 



Franks 

Johnson, Gus. 



Furniture 

Laurence, G. W 

Mittendorf & Kiler 

Percival & Moorehead . . . 



Grocers 

Eisner 

Hegenbart & Dickerson Co. 

Lynch, John 

Nelson & Co 



633 
644 
637 



5'JO 
648 

598 
614 



589 
599 
602 



607 
621 



637 
637 



598 
605 



627 

633 
641 



642 

627 
648 
598 



I lardii'are 

Doyle, John 633 and 635 

Hall Hardware Co 30^ 

Saffel & Co 64 

Thomas 1 lardwarc Co 641 



Harness Shop 



Will. Chas. v. 



Hotels 



Beardsley Hotel . . 
Cuml)crland Hotel 
La Salle Hotel ... 
Mar(|uette Flotel . . 



Ice Dealers 

Smith Ice Co 

Twin City Ice & Cold Storage Co. 

Insiirauce Agent 
Smedley, F'rank R 

Jezvelers 
P>owman. Ray L. 



Fiunde & Upmeyer Co. 

.Maurcr, Chas 

Rubin 

Smith. John O 

Wuesteman 



624 



594 
650 

649 
619 



629 
644 



620 



588 
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589 
642 
618 
593 



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Laundries 

Champaign Steam Laundry 6ii 

Empire Steam Laundrv 6i8 

Soft Water Laundry 640 

Urhana Steam Laundry 601 

White Line Steam Laundry 621 

Livery 

Herrick & Stoltey 594 

Illinois Motor Car Sales Co 592 

Kline, E. \V 629 

Shobe, O. E 622 

Lumber and Coal 

Alexander Lumber Co 632 

1 lunter Rourke & Co 628 

Walls Co., W. W 642 

Manufacturers 

Bonner Co , 631 

Burr Co 642 

Carson-Payson Co 647 

Charlottesville Woolen Mills 626 

Clarke, C. X. & Co 642 

Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works . . . 590 

Dietzgen, Eugene Co 614 

Evens-Ifoward Fire Brick Co 628 

Greem Engineering Co 593 

] liggins Ink Co 636 

Johnson, W. A. Piano Co 630 

Lufkin Rule Co 599 

Ltmkcnheimer Co 610 

Mohr & Sons 604 

Morgan Rug Co 642 

Morse Twist Drill Co 610 

Quaker Oats Co 635 

Reed's, Jacob Sons 613 

Starrett Co 638 

Vilter Mfg. Co 610 

Weller Mfg. Co 646 

Western Brick Co 625 

Meats 

Ross & Boyle 605 

Millinery 

Bergen, Mrs. A. L 637 

McWilliams & Gleim 643 

Photographers 

Abernathy 609 

Renne 615 

Stephens 606 

Strauch Kodak Finishing 612 

Plu})ibers 

Carson-Payson Co 647 

Johnson Bros 629 

Reliable Plumbing & Heating Co 643 



Printers and Publishers 

Geo. Banta Publishing Co 608 

Crofoot, Nielson & Co 652 

Illio, 1913 592 

Munhall Printing House 618 

University Press 619 

Transportation 

Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Co. . . 634 

Illinois Central R. R. Co 603 

Illinois Traction System 596 

Real Estate 

Vanneman, F. M. & Co 590 

Restaurants " 

Busby's Dairy Lunch 624 

Cave 619 

College Hall & Grille 640 

Martens 636 

Y. M. C. A. Cafe 627 

Cereal Manufacturer 

Quaker Oats Co 365 

Schools and Colleges 

Brown's Business College 689 

Dickson Voice and Piano School 639 

College of Dentistry 599 

College of Medicine 645 

College of Pharmacy 601 

Shoes 

Goes & Young 598 

Supplies fur Students 

Coop 591 

Lloyds 595 

G. & C. Merriam Co 611 

Tennis Rackets 

Horsman. E. I. Co 633 

Tea and Coffee 

Calumet Tea and Coffee Co 652 

Theatres 

Crystal Theatre 602 

Illinois Theatre 640 

Lyric Theatre 645 

Orpheum Theatre 636 

Walker Opera House 636 

Transfer and Storage 

O'Byrne 621 

Wholesale Dealers 

Eisner Grocery Co 642 

L. R. Howse & Co 632 



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WE DON'T MAKE 
WATCHES 

We do make sure, however, that every watch 
bought of us is correctly made before we sell it. 
Our system of carefully inspecting every watch 
movement before it leaves our store has earned 
for us a reputation of being dependable in ever\- 
thing connected with the watch business. 

"Bowman Prices will interest you." 

How is your watch running this cold weather? 
If it Koes wronn we can make it so riKht 

Over thirty \ears of honest dealing hns helped 
us to win the public's confidence. 

OUR WATCH WORDS ARE 

Carefulness, Courtesy and Capability 



Walker Opera House Champaign, II 

Where the Quality is Always Right 



Can you try Kyle's Domestic 
Bread? 



Kyle's Domestic Bakery 

104 E. HIGH STREET 



There is no table richly 
spread ^A^ithout a loaf 
of Kyle's Domestic 
Bread. 



G.A.Kyle 

104 E. High Street 
Urbana Illinois 

Phones: Bell 1SS8. Auto 4912 




OLDEST 

LARGEST 

BEST 



We make a 
specialty of clean- 
ing hne fabrics. 



STUDENT 

TR.ADE 
SOLICITED 



Main Office 

Walker Opera 
House 



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I'Innt 

506 N. Neil 



7 ic'u;)/ to he a politicidii" — "Mr." "Pft;" Parker 

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CALDWELL ELECTRIC 
SHOP 



Carries the largest stock 

Uses the highest class material 

Works the highest class men 



This is the reason ti'/jy our service 
is the most satisfactory 



Phone for us and we'll work tor vou 




For over 18 years 

We have been with you, always the 
leading shop for college jewelry and 
souvenirs ot every description. 

No "bum stuff," only the better grade 
goods. When in the city always re- 
member to call on us. 

Making to order Sorority, Fraternity 
or Class Pms our specially. 

Chas. Maurer 

JEWELER and OPTICIAN 

41 Neil Street, Champaign 



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OFFERS THREE EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG COURSES 
The Combined Course The Business Course 

The Shorthand and Typewriting Course. 

This school prepares you for success in business. Our courses are for 
USE not ornaments. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Handsome new- 
catalogue tree — send for one. 



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F. M. VANNEMAN. Notary Public |R. N. FARGO, Manager 

F. M. VANNEMAN & COMPANY 

Our speciality is the accommodaticn of the University community in locating 
building sites for private homes or Fraternities, finding satisfactory homes for 
private families or clubs and protecting property against fire and wind. We have a 
special blanket policy to cover the property of individuals in the same house. 

Phones: Auto 1574. Bell 922 
612 East Green Street Champaign, Illinois 



Want Clothes That Are Different? 

GO TO 

The L. & P Tailoring' Co. 

213 W. Main Street, Urbana, Illinois 



Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works 



Manufacturers of Scientific Boiler Feed Water Treatment, prepared 
to meet actual requirements shown by analysis of water used, to prevent 
scale, corrosion, pitting and foaming. 

Compounders and marketers of highest class lubricants for all 
purposes. 

Operators of analytical laboratories. Physical testing and analysis 
of oils. 



DEARBORN DRUG & CHEMICAL WORKS 

ROBERT F. CAKR, President 

General Offices, Laboratories and Works, Chicago 



ll'c got u fresh start hy initiating Xcd Skinner— .llpha Delta I'lii 

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CO-OP CO-OP 



Exclusive Distributors 

of all 

Varsity Supplies 

Including the 1913 

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Mailed or Expressed 
Prepaid 

Two Dollars and Twenty-five Cents 



THE CO-OP, CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



Watch Herbie Hedimin go dozen the street with Lit Noth following 

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CHESTER A HARRIS & CO 

Miners and iShippcrs of Bituminous 
facuHj f and rrdternit \| ^^ ^^fc J^  s3ervice and Value 



Business .3olicJtd 



COAL 



Unexcelled 



CHAMPAICN 



ILLINOIS 



"Prexy, Prexy, 
Where have you been?" 
"I've been to Germany 
To see my Katreen. ' ' 

"Prexy, Prexy, 
What did you there?" 
"I ate cheese and pretzels 
And drank lager beer. ' ' 



WE SELL SERVICE 



1913 ILLIO 

A Chronicle of Events at the University 
(luring 1911-1912 



Cloth 

Half Leather 

Full Leather 



S2.00 
S2.25 
S2.75 



EXPRESS EXTRA 

ADDRESS 1913 ILLIO 

CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS 



YOU BUY SATISFACTION 



The Illinois Motor Car Sales Co. 

Solicits Your 
LIVERY SERVICE 

LIMOUSINES 

On a basis of fair prices and courteous treatment 

Parties, Country Trips, Transfer Calls, Over Town Sight Seeing 



Urbana Branch 
206 East Main Street 

Phones: 

Bell 265. Auto 4210 



Champaign Branch 
103 West Hill Street 

Phones: 

Bel! 375. Auto 1361 



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Green chain grate stokers 

Geco ratchet ash drags 

Geco pressure waterbacks 

Geco pneumatic ash handling systems 

Geco ventilated flat ignition arches 

Green Engineering Co. 

28 East Jackson Street 
CHICAGO 



VISITORS TO TOWN 
should visit us 

Souvenirs here for them 

Most everyone wants s ime little thing as a 
remembrance. 

Quite inexpensive, ours are, and quite attrac- 
li\e, and quite "the thing. 

They comprise a great variety of University 
pins in gold and silver, belt pins, fobs, iiat pins 
and an assortment of sterling spoons with either 
the buildings or seal on handle and the cost 
would not stop anyone from owning one of them. 

$1.00 and up 

Be a looker 

Wuesteman 

Tift: TIFFANY' OF CHAMPAIGN 



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THE CHARLES A. HALL HARDWARE CO 

115 S. RACE St. Prompt attention to all URBANA, ILL. 



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AUTOMOBILE 
LIVERY 



Limousines and Touring Cars fur- 
nished for parties and 
sightseeing 



HERRICK & STOLTEY'S 
GARAGE 



55-57 Ist South Street 



Che, 



aiiipaign 



STERN BROS. 



CLOTHIERS 



23 Main Street 



Champaign, 111. 



The Young Men 

of today appreciate good clothes, espec- 
ially the college men, who always set 
their taste at a high standard. This store 
has always stood for the best in wear- 
ing apparel. The new Hart, Schaffner 
& IVIar.x suits for young men comprise 
the season's newest novelties and most 
desirable fabrics, $18.00 to $25.00. 

Walk Over Shoes, Entry Shirts, 
Everwear Hosiery 



HOTEL BEARDSLEY 



C. B. HATCH, Proprietor 



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^I'ECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BANQUETS 

Corner Neil and Hill Streets Both Phones Champaign, Illinois 

The lull I'i F'lsi frcsliiiiuii 7^'islics to ininnuiicc that she is iiat cni/aijcd to Fuzzy Weir — yet 

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Champaign. .,, 



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The Illinois Traction System 

(McKinley Lines) 



Danville, Urbana, Champaign, Decatur, Clinton, 
Bloomington, Peoria, Lincoln, Spring- 
field and St. Louis 



FAST, FREQUENT, CONVENIENT 



Trains Protected by Automatic Electric Block Signals 



Luxurious Parlor Cars, Maximum Comfort at 
Minimum Cost 



Sleeping cars between Peoria and St. Louis, Spring- 
field and St. Louis 



Take the ''Road of Good Service*' 



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Ladies' Work a Specialty 



Work Called For and Delivered 



Telephone Bell 1237 

BRAMAN & MARK 

TAILORS 

Suits Made to Measure 

Cleaniiifr, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing 

118 South Race Street 



Urbana, 111. 



One on the Spoonoid 

The day after the Ag Dance, the Campus Scout printed a notice 
in the Daily Illini that if the man who had held the girl's head on his 
shoulder did not send a dollar to the office the aforesaid man would 
be exposed in the column by Tuesday A. M. By Monday the editor 
had received 27 dollar bills and four offers for pugilistic encounters. 



THE CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK 

OK CHICAGO 



Time Loans 
Demand Loans 



RF.sorKcr.s 

S34.325.769.85 

8.805.516J5 

Overdrafts - . . . 

United States Bonds 
Oilier Bonds - - - - 

Bank BuildinsJ ... 

Cash on hand - $13,478,386.34 
Checks for clearing 

house - - -  1.826.129.44 

Due from banks - 8.345.500.24 
" •• Treas.U.S. 222.000.00 



$43,131,286.60 

4.991 06 
1.700.000.00 
2,587.060.00 
2,000.000.00 



23.872.016.02 



$73,295,353.68 

LI.\r,ILITIES 

Capital $3,000,000.00 

Surplus .... 5.000.000.00 

Undivided Profits . - - 906.829.56 

Circula.ion .... 513.397.50 

Dividends Unpaid - - - 932.00 
n ... * Banks & Bankers $31,669,307 02 

"«PO^"S Individual 32.213.887.60 63.874.194.62 

$73,295,353.68 



OFFICKRS 
KRNESIA. HAM 1 1. 1.. President 
CHAS. L. HUrCHINSON. Vice-President 
CHAUNCEV J. BLAIR, Vice-President 
I). A. MOULTON, Vice-President 
H. C. SAMMONS, Vice-President 
JOHN C. NEEI.V. Secretury 
IKANK W. SMITH, Cashier 
J. KUVVARU MAASS. Ass't Cashier 
JAMES G. WAKEFIELD, Ass't Cashier 
LEWIS E. (lARV, Ass't Cashier 

DIRECT<)RS 
Charles H. Wacker Martin A. R 

Chauncey J. Blair 
Edward B. Butler Charles H. Hulburd 

Clarence Buckingham 

Benjamin Carpenter 

Clyde M. Carr 
Watson F. Blair Edwin G. Foreman 

Charles L. Hutchinson 

Edward .A. Shedd Frederick W. Crosby 

Ernest A. Hamlll 



>crson 



Foreign Exchange 



Letters of Credit 



Cable Transfers 



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Spaulding 
& Quirk 

DRUGGISTS 




59 North Neil Street 

and 
Green and 6th Streets 



CHAMPAIGN 



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Nelson's Sanitary 
Grocery 



Exclusive selling agency 
in the Twin Cities for Chase 
& Sanborn's teas and coff- 
ees. 

Nelson's U of 1 flour. 

Creve Cour canned goods 
and Huntley & Palmer's line 
of English Biscuits. 



TRY NELSONS FIRST-IT PAYS 



Goes and Young Shoes 



BOSTON 



THOMAS 


FRANKS 


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City 





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JOHN HUGHES, Manager Something Electrical for Everybody 

The Ideal Electric Company 

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES 

Complete line of gas and electric fixtures on display 

Phones: Bell 706. Automatic 1172 
51 NORTH MARKET STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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THE APPEAL OF Qinr^ 

^UFK/N MEASURING TAPES 



to the man starting out in Engineering Lines — railway, min- 
ing, municipal, civil or mechanical — lies in the fact that they 
are considered the standard by men of long experience in 
these professions. These men ha\e always found them to be 
the best the market affords. 




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SAGINAW. MICH., U. S. A. 

New York London, England Winsor, Canada 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

University of Illinois 

Member of National Association of Dental Faculties 
Recognized by National Association of Dental Examiners 

An institution offering unsurpassed clinical facilities. Six story building, 
modernly equipped. Extensive Chemical, Physical and Technical Laboratories. 
Infirmary furnished with one hundred operating chairs and fountain cuspidors. 
Personal instruction a marked feature of the curriculum. Competent faculty of 
thirty teachers. Advanced standing given to men and women possessing pro- 
fessional degrees. When writing for catalog, address 

DR. G. W. COOK, Dean 

Corner Harrison and Honore Streets Chicago, 111. 

Gross to Liitdy {zclicu cnnipoundiiig a prescription) — ll'liat sliall I put in next? 
Prof. Snow {observing) — // you don't know say so. Don't ask your neighbor, he don't know 
as tiiucli as you do. Ask me. I know. 

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Wall Paper Paints Oils Varnishes Glass Mouldings 

Picture Framing Parquetry Floori ng 

Floors Finished Ready to Walk on 

Papering Graining All Kinds of Wood Finishing 

We make a specialty of Frescoing Large Buildings 

WILLIAMS BROTHERS 



Phones: Bell 278, Automatic 2282 



16 Walnut Street, Champaign, 111. 



To the Roast Editors 



Gentlemen— -I have been personally managing the great product of m> wit, 
"The School for Scandal" for the past year, and I believe I am qualified to re- 
ceive the handsome as First Prize in the Illio Roast Contest. If \c>u will 
notice m\- contributions turned in to you on December 20. January 10 and 
February 4 >ou will find that they are very humorous. My roass on the 
sororities and girls in general are particularly funny and true to lite for I 
have spent man\' nights in peeping in the windows of the various sororits 
houses. 

1 am besond a doubt the greatest humorist and actor at Illinois and I 
firmly believe that 1 should get the Roast Prize. 

Yours truly, 

C. K. WHITE. 




R. E. ZOMBRO 



Tailoring and 
Haberdashery 



604 E. Green Street 



Champaign 



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OWL 



^TwoS"5^ CEMENT 



A Portland Cement of the highest quality 



GERMAN-AMERICAN 
PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS 



E. L. COX, General Sales Agent 



MARQUETTE BLDG. 



CHICAGO 



Works: LaSallc. IHinois 




Urbana 
Steam Laundry 

John White, Manager 



We Cater to those 
who appreciate 
good work. 



Phones 
Bell 877. Auto 4150 



223 MAIN STREET 

Opposite Flat Iron 



The 
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

of the 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



Orlers the technical training neces- 
sary for the successful practice of Phar- 
macy. Courses leading to the degree of 
Graduate in Pharmacy and of Pharmaceu- 
tical Chemist. 

The fifty-third annual session begins 
September 17, 1912. For announcement 
or other information address. 

W. B. DAY, Acting Dean 



Michigan Boulevard and Twelfth Street 



Chicago, Illinois 



'Statciy, tall and serene, a crook apt>ears upon the scene" — Rube Foster 

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"Let Us Figure Your Contract" 



Gas and Electrical Fixtures 



SWARTZ ELECTRIC SHOP 

J. W. Swartz 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 

No Job Too Small No Job Too Large 



116 SOUTH RACE STREET 



URBANA, ILLINOIS 



CRYSTAL THEATRE 

Champaign 's Largest and Best 

MOTION PICTURE HOUSE 



Matinee daily 2 to 5 



Evening 7 to 11 



ADMISSION 10 CENTS 



The Best ^//^ 


Famous 


Chocolates ^Ld^^^^Zd^^^ 


La Vogue 


Made ^^^^^^^_^^^^^^W 




Are ^^^^K^^^^ 


Chocolates 


60 CENTS THE POUND 




Packed Carefully in any sized box for shipment an> 


^ where 


HARRIS & MEAD 




608 E. Green Street 




CHAMPAIGN 


ILLINOIS 



Professor S)ioz\.' — II' hat is the chief constituent oj l.uiuor Crcsolis co)iipositio)if 

Lindevian — Creole. 

Yes, we have only tzvo am! a half girls in the class, I'avra. Vorsanger and Swiecinski. 

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When Homeward Bound 

OR ON 

Summer Vacation Trips 

remember that you can quickly and comfortably reach 
your destination by the fast and efficient through train 
service of the 



CENTRAL 




MISSISSIPPI 




VALLEY 



ROUTE 



4 "LIMITED TRAINS" 4 

as well as other equally good "Specials," ''Fast Mail," and Locals 

EFFICIENTLY SERVE A VAST TERRITORY 
to and from the following points and territory 



Panama Limited 

Seminole Limited 

St. Paul & Minneapolis Limited 

Omaha Limited 

New Orleans Special 

Fast Mail 

Daylight Special 

Diamond Special 



Chicago New Orleans 
Jacksonville, Florida 
St. Paul Minneapolis 
Omaha Sioux City 
New^ Orleans, Louisiana 
Memphis, Tennessee 
Springfield St. Louis 
St. Louis, Missouri 



Hot Springs, Ark. 



El Paso and Houston, Texas. 



California 



Tickets, fares and sleeping car reservations may be had on 
application at Illinois Central ticket office. 

H. A. POWELL, Ticket Agent W. W. WILSON, Trav. Pass. Agent 

Champaign Champaign 



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JOSEPH MOHR, President EDWARD MOHR, Ass't Secretary 

ALBERT MOHR, Vice-President WILLIAM J. MOHR, Treasurer 

LOLIIS MOHR, Secretary and Consuhing Engineer 



John Mohr & Sons 

Largest and Best Equipped 
Boiler Shop in the World 

ENGINEERS, DESIGNERS AND MACHINISTS 



Steel Plate and Structural Work of Every Description. 

Boilers of all Kinds and of highest 

grade and efficiency 

Blast Furnaces, Mixers, Steel Ladles, Hot Stoves, 
Converters, Furnaces, Cupolas, Sterilizers, etc. 



In fact Everything and Anything made of light or heavy 
steel plate or structural material 



NOK in WOKKS SOUTH WORKS 

349 to 359 W. Illinois Street 96tli Street and Calumet River 

Tel. Main ISS4 Tc-1. South Cliicairo 654 



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BOYLE 








Cash Meat : 


Market 




105 


SOUTH 


NEIL STREET 




CHAMPAIGN, 


ILLINOIS 






The Fellows that do 


the Business 





Roasts 

Instructor in Household Science — What is 
lard made of ? 

Kappa Freshman Well butter is made 
of cow s milk, so 1 suppose lard is made 
from pig s milk. 

He that makell) a baseball team engag- 
eth himself with A ^" or X <l>. 





Roses 

Carnations 

Decorations 

GUS. JOHNSON 

FLORIST 

306 East Springfield Avenue 

CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



The Assistant Florist, who will 

appreciate your patronage ^^^^^^ ,47, 



PHONES 



Bell ll?*) 



We've given i(p Bloiuiy Xoiireiihei-!/ ditniuj Lent — ^L-\K(:ARET Lachlaxh and Fraxcf.s Boyd 

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Photographs 

That appeal to those who 
judge not by price alone. 

STEPHENS 

Urbana Illinois 



They say that Julius iii>cl>U\ Jr. tiVM(/(/ imik-i' a family ma)i if he eould be domesticated 

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Half To>rj' 
Zinc f.TCHiXis 

si ELECTKur^Pt.S 



tlioH School 
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Established 1867 
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 

Corliss Engines for Belted or Direct Connected Service 

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Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Send for illustrated catalogue, free. 

MORSE TWIST DRILL & MACHINE COMPANY 

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LUNKENHEIMER PRODUCTS 

the "details" have been carefully considered, and through nearly half 
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The line includes brass and iron valves, water columns and guages, guage 
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BOSTON 
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Xothing to do 'til totnorrow — Willis Crabi!, H h ri 

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Good Candies and Confections 



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Mac's Catering is Famous 



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MONROE & KEUSINK, Proprietors 



Student Trade a Specialty 



Phones: Home 1115. Bell 897 



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Amateur Finishing 
Copying 
Enlarging 
Flashlights 
Post Cards 
Thesis Photos 
Lantern Slides 
Views and 
Commercial Work 



STRAUCH 

Kodak Finishing Shop 



Selling Agency for 

Ensign Film 
Cyko Paper 
Ansco Cameras 
Trays 
Developing Tubes 

Cor. Wright and Green Streets Hypo 

CHAMPAIGN 



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Printing Frames 
Flash Powder 
Cramer Plates 




Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes Etc. 
Contractors for paperhanging, house painting, decorating and hard wood finishing 



J. M. Kaufman and Company 




CHAMPAIGN'S LARGEST STORE 



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Jacob Reed's Sons 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Gold Medal Uniforms 

FOR OFFICERS OF THE 

United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps 

AND STUDENTS OF PRINCIPAL 

Military Schools and Colleges 



We are splendidly equipped to supply Cus- 
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exceptional quality and Making. Haberdash- 
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tion. Presentation Swords, Swagger Sticks, 
Scarf Pins, Presentation Belt Plates, etc., etc. 

Exclusive and only authorized distributors 
of Greek Letter Fraternity Hat Bands and 
Neckwear. 



Jacob Reed's Sons 



1424-1426 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 



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ESTABLISHED 1860 

H. Swannell & Son 

RELIABLE 
DRUGGISTS 

Older than the University 
The Rehable Store for your Prescrip- 
tions, Drugs and Drug Store Goods 

CUT PRICES ON 
TOILET ARTICLES 

The Rexall Store 

NO. 1 MAIN STREET. CHAMPAIGN 



JULE AND WEIS 






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best. Made complete in our OWn factories, from the largest cast- 
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In other words, made right. 
Complete line of Field and Office Supplies. Send for catalog today 

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Represented in St. Louis Mo. by 

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STATE BANK OF 
CHICAGO 



Established 1879 



OFFICERS 

L. A. GODDARD, President 

HENRY A. HAUGAN, Vice-President C. EDWARD CARLSON, Asst. Cashier 

HENRY S. HENSCHEN. Cashier SAMUEL E. KNECHT, Secretary 

FRANK 1. PACKARD, Asst. Cashier WILLIAM C. MILLER, Asst. Secretary 



Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits 

$3,700,000 

GROWTH IN DEPOSITS 

As shown by Official Published Statements 

TOTAL DEPOSITS 

January 9, 1911 -------- $23,739,212 

March 8, 1911 -------- 24,038,851 

June 8, 1911 --------- 24,601,292 

September 2, 1911 ------- 25,287,446 

December 6, 1911 ------- 24,995,109 

February 21, 1912 ------- 25,318,541 

April 19, 1912 -___---- 26,025,305 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

DAVID N. BARKER ..- Manaerer Jones & Laugrhlin Steel Co. 

J. J. DAU ...- President Reid, Murdoch & Co. 

THEO. FREEMAN Retired Merchant 

L. A. GODDARD President 

HENRY A. HAUGAN - Vice-President 

H. G. HAUGAN Ex-ComptroUer Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. 

OSCAR H. HAUGAN ...-..-. Manaerer Real Estate Loan Department 

A. LANQUIST ...- President Lanquist & Illsley Co. 

WM. A. PETERSON .-..---.--- Proprietor Peterson Nursery 

GEO. E. RICKCORDS - - - - - Chicago Title & Trust Co. 

MOSES J. WENT WORTH Capitalist 



YOUR BUSINESS INVITED 

S. E. Cor. LaSalle and Washing-ton Sts., Chicago 



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JUSTICE RIGHT HONESTY 



John 0. Smith 

Champaign 's Reasonable Jeweler 

Expert Watch Repairing 
and Engra\ing : : : 



GRADUATE OPTICIAN 



Fraternity Jewelry made to order 



"Ask vour rootii-mate 



Opposite Beardsley Hotel 



J^Vpmmhous 



The Students' 
PRINTERS 



10 Taylor Street 
CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



Telephones: Home 1392. Bell 748 

EMPIRE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Shaw & Plotner Brothers, Proprietors 
103 West University Avenue 

BUNDLE, FLAT AND FAMILY WASHING 



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ILLINOIS 


BILLIARD HALL 




Headqu 


arters for 


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igars, Tobacco an 


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BILLIARDS 


AND POOL 




Cavanauiyh 


Bros., Prop. 


FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT 


NO. 6 MAIN STREET 



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The 

University Press 



MILES & PARRIS 



201 East Main 



Urbana, 



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The Same Old Place 
The Same Good Work 

Particular Printing for Particular 
People 

Dance Programs and Society Printing 
a Specialty 

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ALL WORK DONE WHEN PF-^OMISED 
Your Patronage Solicited 

Phones 

Bell 740 Auto 4434 



TALK ABOUT 




MR. CLANCY 

and 

THE MARQUETTE 

The original first-class popular priced 
Hotel in America. 400 rooms 

At ST. LOUIS, MO. 

A Hotel for your Mother, Wife and Sisters 



THE CAVE 




Harrison Obidiah Charles Flatt 'i2 
Hax Oats Corn Fodder 

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FACTS AND FIGURES 

ABOUT 

J^e Northwestern JfCutual Life 
Insurance (gmpanp 

of ^Milwaukee 

1912 

The Company was incorporated in 1857 and com- 
menced business November 25, 1858, on a purely 
mutual basis and has always been so conducted. 

Statement January 1, 1912 
Assets $285,575,219.44 

Liabilities, including $11,892,853.10 ac- 
cumulations held to meet preferred divi- 
dend contracts payable in 1912 and 
subseciuently $270,585,683.60 

Funds held for annual dividends payable 

in 1912 and for contingencies - - - - $ 14,989,535.84 $285.575.219.44 

Income $ 54.535,141.78 

Policies in Force 447.507 

Insurance in Force - - " $1,147,273,523.00 

"The extraordinary progress of the work of the Northwestern would seem to 
demonstrate that the public not only recognizes the strength and solidity of the 
Company and the liberality and adaptability of its policy contracts, but also the low 
cost of the insurance furnished by it." — 

FRANK R. SMEDLEY 

District Agent 

First National l?ank Building Champaign, Illinois 

TELEPHONES: BELL I'M. AUTO 1041 



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PROMPT SBRYICE 

NATIONAL ENGRAVING CO. 



24 North Walnut Street 



('.hiiinpiti(;ii, Illinois 



THE O'BYRNE TRANSFER AND 
STORAGE CO. 



The Cave 



Branches 

Spaulding & Quirk's 



Tite Wad's 



THE WHITE LINE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Our aim is to please you and give you what you pay 
for. Please give us a trial. Yours truly, 

M. G. SNYDER AND HARRY STEWART 



Bell Phone 406 



Auto Phone 1550 



VISIT 



ROYSDON'S BILLIARD HALL 



606-608 South 6th Street 



'Bill" Roysdon an old Varsity I man, Proprietor 



A. part of your business solicited 



Clmrchill, come on oz'er — Hazel Lodard 
[621] 



BELL PHONE 972 



HOME PHONE 2139 



CHAS. E. MUELLER 

Ice and Coal 



118 South Neil Street 



Call E. SHOBE & COMPANY 

Fancy Livery and Closed Carriages 

Baggage Also Delivered. We Cater to Students 
Both Phones 



OPPOSITE FIRE DEPARTMENT 



URBANA, ILL. 



Third Street Bakery 

AND 

Delicatessen 

604 South Third Street 

THE POPULAR STUDENTS' STORE 

Bakery Goods, Fruits, Candies, Cigars 

Everything good to eat 

G. A. OSTRAND, Prop. 



HARRIS 

Caterer 



Dainty Catering for All Occasions 

Banquets, Buffet Luncheons, 

Dances, Receptions, 

Smokers 



Harris Ice Cream Co. 

•'Quality Cream Makers" 
Phones: Auto 2107. Bell 175 



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Telephone Randolph 960 



HARRY C. SMUCKER 



Tailor to particular people 



MODERATE PRICES 



E. JOHNSON, Designer 



SALESMEN 

Nace E. Murray R. Paul Ray A. M. Craigie 

Richard Fitzgerald Melville Engle 

David Floseen 



4th Floor, Mentor Bldg. State and Monroe Sts. 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



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"Smoke up you 're going out" 

''Straight Tip'' and ''Sealed Tip'' 

CIGARS 

Built by 
FRANK E. MATHENY 

Chatupaif^ti 



Illinois 




Repairing of all kinds 

Charles F. Witt 

31-33 N. Walnut St., Champaign. 111. 

Valises and Trunks 

Harnesses of every kind a specialty 
Buggies and Carriages 



Busby's Dairy Lunch 



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Try our famous twenty-five cent dinners and suppers 



K A S D Y ' S 


FIVE BARBERS 


TAILOR SHOP 


Two Porters 


Collect and Delivery System 


Sanitary Shop 


This Year 


PHONE AUTO 2265 510 EAST GREEN STREET 



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"Western" 
Medium Priced 



Vitrified and Impervious 

FACING BRICK 



Sold at prices midway between common backing 
and mechanically perfect pressed Brick. Capacity 
75,000,000 yearly. 



Western Brick Co. 



DANVILLE, ILL. 



Write for catalogue 



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Charlottesville Woolen Mills 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



HIGH GRADE UNIFORM CLOTHS 



FOR 



Army, Navy, Police 
and Railway Purposes 

And the largest assortment and best quality of 

Cadet Grays 



Including those used at the United States Military Academy 

at West Point, and other leading military schools 

of the Country. Prescribed and used by 

the cadets of the University of 

Illinois 



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HEGENBART & DICKERSON 



COMPANY 



Groceries 



1 and 3 North Neil Street 



PHONES: BELL 1038. AUTO 1676 and 1212 



Agents for 

JONES DAIRY FARM 

Little Sausages Bacon and Hams 



Donf 



IR PRE5SFKS 
SHADOW 




be afraid of 
yo ur_shad o w 

make a^gcxxi 
shadow 






Buy clothes of 

JOS. KUHN & CO, 

Champaign 

You will prosper 



Y. M. C* A* Restaurant 



The Place to Eat 



Where 

Fifteen cents makes a noise 

Like a quarter 

Quick service 
THOS. F. DALY 



G. W. Lawrence 

PIANOS 
FURNITURE 

And Musical Instruments 

Victor, Columbia and Edison 
Talking Machines 

We Excel in 
Every Line We Carry 



224-226 West Main Street 
URBANA ILLINOIS 



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The Champaign National 
Bank 

ACTIVE CAPITAL $200,000.00 

Transacts a general banking business 
Pays 3 per cent on time deposits 



OFFICERS 



EDWARD BAILEY 
F. S. BAILEY 
W. R. HIDY - 
P. L. M. PHEETERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Cashier 

Asst. Cashier 



Evans Howard 
Fire Brick Co. 

ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. 
Makers of 

Sewer and Culvert Pipe, 
Fire Brick and Cupola 
Blocks, Locomotive and 
Furnace Tile, Chimney 
Pipe and Flue Lining. 



ALL FIRE CLAY PRODUCTS 



Let us figure your bills 

HUNTER, ROURKE & COMPANY 

The Lumber Mill and Coal People 

Everything in lumber and building material 

All kinds of coal 

Anything in mill work made in our house finishing mill HERE 
and dried in our moist steam dry kiln HERE 

The best equipped plant in Central or Eastern Illinois 

HUNTER, ROURKE & COMPANY 

The Lumber Mill and Coal People 
Urbana, Illinois 



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s:mith ice company 



BEX.!:. 82 TJRBANA, ILHIVOIS auto 4261 



MANUFACTURERS OF ICE 



GOOD ICE BEST SERVICE YELLOW WAGONS 



BELL PHONE 1383 



AUTO PHONE 1420 



Johnson Brothers 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 
Gasfitting and Sewerage 



76 N. NEIL STREET 



CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



K. 


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KLISE 




Successor to 




J.E. 


McCnirty 


FINE LIVERY 


LIGHT LIVERY 






and 




BOARDING STABLE 


28 N. 


Hickory St. Champaign, 111. 




BOTH PHONES 



3 per cent paid on time deposits 



THE 

URBANA BANKING 

CO. 



Capital $100,000 



Responsibility S 1 00, 000, 000 



URBANA 



ILLINOIS 



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French Confectionery with- 
out French Prices 



3 MAIN ST. 



Both Phones 



G. D. Vaky, Prop. 



FIRST, LAST AND 
ALL TIMES 

With us it is 

QUALITY 

With 

HART SCHAFFNER & MARX 

Clothes, Arrow Shirts 

Collars, Cooper 

Union Suits 

We can please you 

LoAvensterns 

URBANA 




Office and Factories ot 

W. A. JOHNSON PIANO CO. 

MANUFACTURERS 

Champaign Illinois 



Coax iiic" — Ruth Davidson, A () n 
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Price 



Estate 



Window Glass, Paints and Varnishes 

Wall Paper and Room Mouldings 
PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS 

Phone Auto 1118 Neil Street opposite City Bviilding 




CHAMPAIGN. 
, ILUNOIS. 

R. S. BASSETT, Local and District Manager 

PRICE- QDALITT- SERVICE 

Liiber. Hlliigrk. Glass, Gsil 



L. R. Howse and Company 

Wholesale Fruits and Produce 



Champaign 



Illinois 



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The Flat Iron Store Co. 

Flat Iron Building, Urbana, Illinois 

Fourteen Large Departments 



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Outfitters for man, woman and cfiilcl. 
Tfie store to get good mercfiandise at 
tfie rigfit price. 

it will pay you to trade at this store 
at all times. 



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The Flat Iron Store Co. 



MITTENDORF & KILER 



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Furniture, Carpets 



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PICTURES 

and 
FRAMES 

Undertakers 



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24-26 MAIN STREET 

Champaign Illinois 



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HORSMAN 
Tennis Rackets 

None Better Made 

The Horsman "Model 
A-X stands in a 
class by itself. 
Don t bu\- until you 
have seen it. Write 
to us if your dealer 
cannot show it. 

We are sole agents in 
the United States for 
the celebrated 

Ayres Champion- 
ship Lawn Tennis 
Balis. 

1912 Balls now ready 
for distribution. 

Send for new cata- 
logue. 

E. I. Horsman 

365-367 Broadway 

NEW YORK 



AUTO 1148 



BELL 138 



John Doyle 

Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware 



The largest line of pocket 
knives in the city. 



28 MAIN STREET 



Champaign 



Illinois 



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DETROIT, 
CLEVELAND, 

BUFFALO, 
NIAGARA FALLS 



^^KE UHtS 



TOLEDO 
PORT HURON 
CODERICH 
ALPENA,STIGNACE 



THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS 

Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes, the most 

economical and enjoyable outing in America 

WHERE YOU CAN GO 

Wo matter to wKat point you want to go, use D. 6t C. Line Steamers operating to 

all important ports. 

Daily service between Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November 1st. City of 
Detroit 111 and City of Cleveland 111, the largest side wheel steamers in the world, 
on this division June 1 0th to September 10th. Daily service between Detroit 
and Cleveland April 1 5th to December 1st. During July and August two boats 
out of Detroit and Cleveland every Saturday and Sunday night. 
Four trips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports. 
Daily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay. 

Special Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to 
September 1 0th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont.. every 
other trip. 

Special Day Trips between Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednes- 
day, Thursday and Friday out of Cleveland. 

RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE: Tickets reading via any rail line 
between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be honored for 
transportation on D. & C. Line Steamers in either direction. 

Send 2 cent stamp for Illustrated Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map. 

Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich. 

Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz. Gen"l Mgr. 

Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company 



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ESTABLISHED 1818 



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Advantages offered in our 
young Men's Clothing 

Durable materials, exclus- 
ive styles, moderate prices 

In furnishings as well, 
hats, shoes, trunks, bags 
and traveling cases. 

English Blazers, Polo Ulsters, Angora and Shetland Gar- 
ments. Send for illustrated catalogue. 




ntlf^fit^ IFurnishUto ^auds, 

BROADWAY cor.TWENTY-SECONO ST. 

NE.W YORrV. 



WAN TED 

Five thousand Illinois Students to know that JOHN H. 
DOYLE can supply their cutlery wants. 

28 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



That Persuasive, Fascinating Flavor 

in Oatmeal 

Have you ever thought how lavish Nature is with oats? 

She has made them a better body, brain and nerve builder than any other 
grain that grows. She has crowded the oat with more digestible protein, organic 
phosphorus and lecithin than any other cereal — a vim-producer and energy yielder 
— beyond anything we know. 

And, to climax all, she has given oatmeal that fascinating flavor. It s the best- 
liked cereal which comes to our morning table 

Thus the elements needed for the growing child are made enticing to it. The 
vital foods for growth, work, play and study are made the most attractive. 





But the finest flavor lies in rich, plump, luscious oats. So we 
select those oats by 62 separate siftings. We get but ten pounds 
of Quaker Oats from a bushel. 

These selected oats, prepared by our process, form the finest 
oat food in existence. The cost dispite its quality, is but one-half 
cent per dish. 

Regular size package 10 cents 

Family size package, for smaller cities and country trade 25 cents 
The prices noted do not apply in the extreme West or South 

The Quaker QixXh G)mpany Chicago 

"Me and God" — Rump Spauldixg 
f63Sl 




Open Day and Ni^^ht 



EAT AT MARTEN'S 



57 Main Street, Champaign, 111. 



Individual struts that 
made men famous 

Shorty Thomas Mince. 

Claflein's Hop. 

Bert Spaulding s Oceana Roll 

"Shorty" Webb's Patter. 

Butzer's Shuffling gHde. 

Doc Folsom's Two-Step. 



HIG6INS' 



DRAWING INKS 
ETERNAL WRITING INK 
I ENGROSSING INK 
\tAURINE MUCILAGE 

PHOTO MOUNTER 
/ PASTE 

\drawing board 

J PASTE 
Are the FINEST and/LIOi'lD PASTE 
BEST GOODS OF «FF"CE PASTE 
THEIR KIND V^^l;^^^^^ ^'-^^- 

Emancipate yourself fmni the use uf CDrrnsive and ill-smelling inks and 
adhesives and adopt the Hi);gins Inks and Adhesives. They will be a 
revelation to you, they are so sweet, clean, well put up, and withal so 
eflRcient. At Dealers Generally 

CHAS. M. HIGGINS & CO. Mfrs. 

Branches: Chicago, London. 271 Ninth St. BROOKLYN. N. Y. 




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ORPHEUM 


THEATRE 


Vaudeville 


Three Shows Dai 


ly, 3, 7:45, 9 P. M. 


Evenings 10 and 20 cents 


Daily Matinee 10 cents 


Change of Profrram 


Monday and Thursday 



WALKER OPERA HOUSE 



Playing the best attractions obtainable 



Booked exclusively by 

KLAW & ERLANGER 



New York 



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THE HAT SHOP 

Mrs. A. L. Berfjcr 
Styles and Prices to Suit 

OUR UNIVERSITY GIRLS 



78 N. Neil Street 



Champaign. Illinois 



FOR THE COLLEGE GIRL 

special discount of 10 per cent to college girls 

Kid Gloves in all lengths, Silk 
Fabric Gloves in all lengths, a 
choice collections of Graduating 
Fans, Commencement and Class 
Day Dresses, Silk, Lingerie, Crepe 
and Voile. Waists, Shoes, Ox- 
fords, and Slippers, Silk and Silk 
Lisle Hosiery, Millinery, Norfolk, 
Mackinaw and Tourists Coats. 

F. K. ROBESON 

47-49 Neil St. and 103-5-7-9 Church St. 
CHAMPAIGN. ILLINOIS 



S. S. DILLAVOU 

Farm Machinery, 
Vehicles, Gas Engines, Etc, 

67 North Walnut Street 
CHAMPAIGN. ILL. 



HAYES 

Four-Whecl 




W. F. Hardy 

DEALER IN 

Agricultural 
Implements 

Since 1875 

36 
University Ave. 

CHAMPAIGN. ILLINOIS 



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are preferred by engineers, 
machinists, carpenters, mill- 
wrights, jewelers and crafts- 
men, on account of their well-known superiority in respect to 
accuracy, workmanship, design and finish. 

Starrett Transits, Leveling Instruments, Steel Tapes, 
Plumb Bobs and Drafting Apparatus are of special Interest 

~||. J 3 to all Technicel 

Students and 
Graduates. 
m A Com. 

^ plete Catalog of 

Starrett Fine Mechanical Tools will be sent to anyone who asks 
for it. It IS worth askmg for. 





THE 
L. S. STARRETT CO. i 

Athol, Mass., U.S.A. 



New York Chicago London 




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DICKSON VOICE AND PIANO SCHOOL 

A Professional School, for thorough preparatory and comprehensive study of 
Practical and Theoretical Music. 

Miss Mary E. Dickson and Miss 
Isaline C. Dickson have had experience 
as heads ot Piano and Voice Depart- 
ments, in University Schools ol Music. 

The Art of Singing is success- 
fully taught, cither as a profession, or as 
an element of culture, including Sight- 
smging. Chorus, and Glee Club Tram ing. 
Students here receive the highest grade 
of instruction in How to play the 
Piano, together with education in all 
the allied branches of study insuring a 
broad musicianship. 

SUITE 504-5-6 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 

Champaign Illinois 






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Soft Water Laundry 



GIVEN BROS 
and NYBERG 



Proprietors 



BOTH PHONES 



127 North Race Street 



URBANA, ILL. 



ILLINOIS THEATRE 

Urbana 
The best there is in vaudeville 




Playing the cream of 

SULLIVAN & CONSIDINE'S 

Great Acts 




Daily Matinee 10 cents 
Nightly 10 and 20 cents 



Pi Phi Rules For Eating 



1. Do not place wads of chewing' gum on the under side of the tables for they are 
weak and will not stand the strain. If you have not a handkerchief in which to place it 
roll it into a neat ball and take with water. 

3. When j-ou unfold the napkins do not wave them in the air as this disturbs the 
flies on the ceiling. 

.'{. Never wave the knife around in the air for this is dangerous and besides the 
knife is only to eat peas with. 

4. Never talk with the mouth full as then you miss the full flavor of tlie food. 

."). If you cannot find i"oom on the table for your knife gently- balance it on the 
shoulder of the sister .sitting next to you. 

0. Never drum on the table with your fingers or the silverware. It is easier to 
make noi.se hy scraping your chair back and forth. 

7. When the linger bowls are passed do not ask for soap and a towel. 

8. When you spill something- on the table cloth calmlj^ place your left elbow over it. 



College Hall and Grille 



The house with a belief 



CATERING A SPECIALTY 



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BELL PHONE 88S 



AUTOMATIC PHONE 4161 



J. C. THOMAS 

Builders Hardware a Specialty 

FURNACES. STOVES. FURNITURE, 
TIN WARE, TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS 



108 Main Street 



Urbana, Illinois 



PERCIVAL MOOREHEAD 



Furniture, Ruo^s, Hardware 




ONLY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS IN CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 



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If your body needs repairing consult 
a reputable physician. 

If your watch needs repairing consuh 

AARON RUBIN 

an 

EXPERT WATCH MAKER 

You will find him at 
25 MAIN ST. CHAMPAIGN. ILL. 






Carpet ar 


id Rug cleaniner. 






Rugs Made 


from Old Carpets 




MORGAN BROS. 


MANUFACTURING CO. 


Both 


Phones 


COR. WALNUT & 


VINE 



THE BURR COMPANY 

K. M. BURR, President 
Fire Escapes, Iron Stairways, Spiral Stairs 

c:hami'\k;x. ii.i.inois 





COOK 


BROS. 






SHOP FOR 


MEN 




510 


Two 
E. Green St. 


Stores 


12 Main 


St. 



w. 


w 


. WALLS & COMPANY 

Mill Work and Coal 


champaic;n Illinois 



Eisner Grocery Company 

DISTRIBUTERS OF 
Library and University Canned Good.s 



C.N. CLARK & CO. 

The Monument Men 

URBANA, ILL. 

Our Specialties— Montello Wis- 
consin Chocolate, Pike River Wiscon- 
sin Grey, Wisterviks Black Swedish 
Granites, and the Colorado Yule Pure 
White Marble, all of which are fully 
guaranteed by contract. 




This IS the $25,000 monunuMit at 
Princeton, Indiana, built by the Clarks, 
and made of the Icinious Montello 
Granite. Base 24 ft. square; height 65 
ft., statuary of standard U. S. bronze. 



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McWilliams & Gleim 



MILLINERS 



The Home of Fashion" 



We have the latest thing in Hats 



71 NORTH NEIL STREET 



Champaign 



Illinois 































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YOURS FOR PROMPT SERVICE 
RELIABLE PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. g Per C. D. Brownell 

15 North Walnut Street 



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STUDENTS ATTENTION 

Take no chances on your health. 

Use 

SURE PURE ICE 

and Distilled Water. Made under Sanitary Surroundings. 

We invite you to visit our plant and see for yourself 

SURE PURE ICE costs no more than other kinds 

Delivered in green wagons on red card signal 

Twin City Ice & Cold Storage Co. 

COR. WASHINGTON AND MARKET STS. 

The Store For All The People 

We believe that stores like this one owe something to the public 
beyond the mere gathering and selling of merchandise. 

We believe that the big store of today has no business selling 
poor goods, no matter whether the buyer has discerning judg- 
ment or not. 

We believe it is the duty of a store to make sure its goods are 
worthy before they reach its counters. 

We have carried this principle to extreme, perhaps — as few 
stores are as careful as we are. 

But we know that the public appreciate our efforts — we know 

that people have learned that it is always safe to buy here, and 

as long as we know we are serving the people best we feel 
that we are filling the mission that is expected by 

Champaign's Leading Department Store 

W. LEWIS and COMPANY 



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Lyric Theatre 

Champaign's Bright Spot 

H. H. JOHNSON 

Prop, and Mgr. 





College of 



Physicians & Surgeons 



of Chicago 



Collegiate Year begins October 1, 1912 
Four Years Course 

Students permitted to specialize in electives 

Completely equipped laboratories. Unsurpassed clinical 
advantages. For catalog and general information address 

Dr. Frank B. Earle, Secretary 

Congress and Hooner Streets Chicago, Illinois 



Many a Glad Hand turns out to be The Hook. Any Co-ed collecting for Y. IV. C. A. 

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A. M. BURKE, Pres. E. I. BURKE, Vice-Pres. C. L. MAXWELL, Cashier 



The Citizens State 

Bank 



Your business is desired and we are disposed to grant you every 
consistent favor. 



Neil and Taylor Streets 



CHAMPAIGN 



ILLINOIS 



WELLIE-MADE 



Complete Equipment for all 

Transmission, Elevating and 

Conveying Purposes 



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The cost of power transmission may be 
decreased, and its efficiency increased, by the in- 
stallation of WELLER-Made machinery. 

WELLER equipment is well known for 
thorougfhness in design and construction, and for 
satisfactory operation, and is used continuously 
by many of the leading firms in the country. 

Our general catalog is a text-book on elevat- 
ing, conveying and power-transmitting machin- 
ery and a copy should be in the hands of every 
present and prospective engineer. Sent free upon 
request. 



Weller Mfg. Co., Chicago 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BUILDINGS 




CONTRACTS 



EXECUTED 



EVERYWHERE 



AUDITORIUM 




WOMAN'S BUILDING 



HIGH GRADE 



WORK A 



SPECIALTY 



♦X 






CERAMICS 



Heating, Ventilating, Plumbing, Power Piping, Tempera- 
ture Control, AirWashing, Sewage Disposal, Water Supply 



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GENERAL OFFICE 

DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 



BRANCHES 



Champaign, Illinois Indianapolis, Indiana 

Let Us Figure Your Requirements 



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JOHN LYNCH, Grocer 

410 E. Springfield Champaign 

Our University patronage is increasing because 

1. John Lynch handles A — 1 groceries 

2. John Lynch dehvers the goods on thirty minutes notice 

3. John Lynch rebates 3'.^ per cent on all cash sale?! — 

50c in trade for $15 cash rebate stamps 

JOHN LYNCH, Grocer 410 E. Springfield, champaign 



Bell Phone 210 Automatic Phone 4126 

Knowlton & Bennett's 

You will find in our drug room everything you need in Drugs 
and Druggists Sundries. In our book room everything in Mis- 
cellaneous Books, Stationery and things that belong to such a 
line. 

COME IN AND SEE US 
Cor. Main and Race Streets Urbana, Illinois 



E. p. BARNHART, Pres. W. R. BARNHART, Secy 

THE SAFFELL COMPANY 

Furniture, Rugs, Curtains 

Paints, Hardware, Mantels 

Three Rooms Both Phones Third Floor 

208-210-212 URBANA, ILL- 

JOHN LYNCH, Grocer 

410 E. Springfield Champaign 

Our University patronage is increasing because 

1. John Lynch handles A — 1 groceries 

2. John Lynch delivers the goods on thirty minutes notice 

3. John Lynch rebates 3'.^ per cent on all cash sales — 

50c in trade for $15 cash rebate stamps 

JOHN LYNCH, Grocer 410 E. Springfleld, champaign 



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Chicago's Finest Hotel '"""'"^^P 

La Salle at Madison St. 

The central location, excellent service, elegant equip- 
ment and furnishings, and home-like atmosphere make Hotel 
La Salle the most popular hotel in the city. 

Five magnificent restaurants, each the best of 
its kind, offer a most delightful place for 
luncheon, dinner or after-theatre supper. 

RA TES: 
One Person: 

Room with detached bath • • $2 to $3 per day 
Room with private bath - - $3 to $5 per day 

Two Persons: 
Room with detached bath - - $3 to $5 per day 
Room with private bath - - $5 to $8 per day 

Two Connecting Rooms with Bath : 
Two Persons - - - $5 to $8 per day 

Four Persons - • - $8 to $15 per day 

Suites: $10 to $35 per day 
All rooms at $5 or more are the 
same price for one or two persons 



Ernest J. Stevens, Mgr. 



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Fraternity, Class ond Club 
Emblems 

School and Society 
Stationery 

Programs and Invitations 

Samples and prices on application 

Bunde-Upmeyer Co. 

Manufacturing Jewelers 



Milwaukee 



Wisconsin 




Cc-^^ 



J\/NE CHObbLktW 



[649] 




OTTO 5PK\nCj 



Originator of "Chocolate a la Boston'' 



—Students Delioht. 



9 Main Street 



Champaign 



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Hotel Cumberland 

S. W. Corner Broadway at Fifty-Fourth Street, New York 

Near 50th Street Subway and 53rd Street Elevated Station and All Surface Lines 

"Broadway Cars from Grand Central Depot pass the door 

7th Avenue Cars from Pennsylvania Station 

Kept by a College Man 



College 
Men 
Always 
Welcome 




Special 

Terms 

for 

College 

Teams 



New and Fireproof 



Rates Reasonable— S2. 50 with Baths, and up 



Ten Minutes' Walk to Thirty Theatres 



SEND FOR BOOKLET 



HARRY P. STIMSON. formerly with Hotel Imperial 



Headquarters for Illinois 



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F. D. CROFOOT 



PRINTING BY ELECTRIC LIGHT 

CROFOOT, NIELSON & COMPANY 

Blue Printers 



Blue Printing, Black Printing 



Blue Line and Color Printing 



SPECIAL SERVICE ALWAYS— SPEED AND RESULTS. BIG 
FLOOR SPACE AND EQUIPMENT FOR RUSH ORDERS 



180 West Washington Street 



PHONE 759 MAIN 



CHICAGO 



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Use ^icf e jCfoof^ O^/u ^ 

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Calumet Tea & Coffee Company 



409-411 West Huron Street 



I'roprietors 
ARISTON COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS 



CHICAGO 



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Have You Learned How 




fBMTHtRAWra 
ll^tFlNmPROBIJCi 



"From the Raw to the 
Finished Product" 

— a 72 pajjc booklet dcscrip- 
tiveofthc "Chicago AA" 
process ofmanufactu re. 
Illustrated with 66 halftone 
engravings from photos 
taken at our mills. 

FREE 



to cement-users. 
a copy today. 



Write lor 




"Chicago AA" 

Portland Cement is made? 

It is a story of great interest to the 
man who uses cement. It tells 
how the raw materials are taken 
from the quarries, how they are 
weighed, proportioned, crushed 
and conveyed to the mills; it de- 
scribes the *' Chicago AA*' process 
of do'ing, grinding and then burn- 
ing the raw mixture to a "clinker" 
and explains, in an interesting way, 
the method of cooling the "clinker" 
and grinding and re-grinding it, 
thus producing "Chicago AA" 
Portland Cement, "the best that 
can be made." 

Read this story: It will enable 
you to better appreciate the super- 
iority of the "Double A'* brand- 
it will guide you in the selection of a 
cement for your work in the future. 

Chicago Portland Cement Co, 

30 No. LaSalle Street, Chicago, IlL 

Manufacturers of the 

"Chicago AA" Brand 

**The Best That Can Be Made'* 



Present 
Output 



1,500,000 



Barrels 
Annually 



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GENERAL INDEX 



A 

Acacia 298-299 

Achoth 404 

Aclelphic 414-415 

Advertisements 585-653 

Ag. Club 424-425 

Ag. Dance 230 

Alethenai 258-259 

Alpha Chi Omega 386-387 

Alpha Chi Sigma 352-353 

Alpha Delta Phi (Frat.) 312-313 

Alpha Delta Phi (Sor.) 398-399 

Alpha Epsilon Iota 501 

Alpha Gamma Rho 346-347 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 481-483 

Alpha Omicron Pi 396-397 

Alpha Phi Sigma 496-497 

Alpha Sigma Phi 304-305 

Alpha Tau Omega 282-283 

Alpha Xi Delta 390-391 

Alpha Zeta 340-341 

Alumni 27 

A. S. M. E 434-435 

Architectural Club 428-429 

Athenian 262-263 

Athletics 125-184 

B 

Basketball (Medics) 502 

Beta Theta Pi 288-289 

C 

C. E. Club 430-431 

Ceramics Club 438 

Chem Club 440-441 

Chem Dance 2,^2 

Chinese Students Club 462-463 

Chi Beta ^,22-^2^ 

Chi Omega "188-389 

Chi Phi 318-319 

College Dancing Club 238-239 

College of Medicine 467-502 

Commercial Club 242-243 

Cook. G. W ^21 

Cosmopolitan Club 450-4S1 

Crystal Dancing .Club 240-241 

D 

Dedication 2- 6 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 294-295 

Delta Gamma 394-395 

Delta Kappa Chi 360-361 

Delta Omega 328-329 

Delta Sigma Delta 532-534 

Delta Sigma Rho 348-349 

Delta Tau Delta 272-273 

Delta Upsilon 296-297 

r^^'it'stry 510-535 

I)esmf)nd. John (Class President).. 33 
Dramatics 223-224 

E 

Easterners' Club 4-4.45- 

F E Society 43,-433 

Egyptian Club 452.453 

Engnieermg Dance 233 

Eta Kapi)a Xu .342-343 

F 
Faculty (General) 12-24 

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Faculty ( Dentistry) 520 

Faculty (Medicine) 468-469 

Freshman Class 1 19-120 

Frontispiece i 

G 

Gamma Alpha 354.355 

Graduate School 25- 26 

Gridiron Dancing Club 244-245 

H 

Harsha, \\'. Mc 471 

Heintz, E. L 470 

Helmet 374-375 

H. H. Club 456-457 

Honorary and Professional Organi- 
zations 233 

Horticultural Club 437 

Household Science Club 264-265 

I 

mini 204-207 

Illinois Agriculturist 210-21 1 

Illinois Dramatic Club 420-421 

Illinois Magazine 208-209 

Illinois Treveri 332 

Illinois Union 410-411 

Illio Board 200-203 

llliola^ 260-261 

llus Club 324-325 

In Memoriam 268-269 

Ionian 416-417 

J^s •• 326-327 

Irish Banquet 246 

Ivrim 461 

J 

John Marshall Law Club 446 

Junior Class 115-116 

Junior Class (Pharmacy) 514-515 

Junior Prom 226 

K 

Kansas Society 458-459 

Kappa Alpha Theta 380-381 

Kappa Delta Pi 362-363 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 384-385 

Kappa Psi 516-517 

Kappa Sigma 276-277 

L 

Lake Geneva Conference 222 

Landscape Gardners Club 439 

Law Dance 231 

Le Cercle Franqais 436 

Library Club 447 

Lincoln League 426-427 

Lincoln, Abraham, Letter of 124 

M 

Mask and Bauble 418-419 

Maypole 254-255 

Military 191-198 

Military l^.all 227 

Mining Society 445 

Motor Cycle Club 424-425 

Music 185-190 

X 

X'u Sigma .\'u 484-485 



o 

Onyx Dancing Club 242-243 

Orange and Blue Dancing Club . . . .234-235 

Order of the Coif 367 

Oratory and Debate 215-221 

P 

Pan-Hellenic Association 379 

Pan-Hellenic Council 271 

Pharmacy 503-518 

Phenix 370-371 

Phi Alpha Delta 344-345 

Phi Beta 400-401 

Phi Beta Kappa 376 

Phi Beta Pi 486-487 

Phi Chi 491-493 

Phi Delta 494-495 

Phi Delta Phi 338-339 

Phi Delta Psi 402-403 

Phi Delta Theta 280-281 

Phi Gamma Delta 384-385 

Phi Kappa 316-317 

Phi Kappa Psi 292-293 

Phi Kappa Sigma 278-279 

Phi Lambda Upsilon 334-335 

Philomathean 412-413 

Phi Rho Sigma 498-500 

Phi Sigma Kappa 308-309 

Pi Beta Phi 3S2-.iB7, 

Pi Omicron 330-331 

Psi Omega 529-531 

Psi Upsilon 310-31 1 

Publications 199-214 

Pushball Contest 121 

R 

Railway Club 448-449 

Roasts 537-584 

S 

Scabbard and Blade 358-359 

Scaral) 356-357 

Scribblers" Club ;i/~ 

Seniors 33-1 I4 

Senior Ball 228 

Senior Class History (Medic) ....479-480 
Senior Class History ( Pharmacy ). .512 
Senior Class Prophecy (Dents) ....528 



Seniors (Dentistry) 522-527 

Seniors ( Medical ) 472-478 

Seniors (Pharmacy) 505-511 

Senior Memorial (Committee 34 

Shield and Trident 368-369 

Shomeez 460 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 286-287 

Sigma Chi 274-275 

Sigma Kappa 392-393 

Sigma Mu Rho 366 

Sigma Nu 290-291 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 488-490 

Sigma Pi 302-303 

Siren 214 

Snow. C. M 504 

Social Affairs 225-246 

Sophomore Class 117-118 

Sophomore Cotillion 229 

Spanish Club 444 

Stunt Show 256-257 

T 

Tau Beta Pi 33^-^37 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 314-315 

Tau Lambda 320-321 

Technograph 212-213 

Theta Delta Chi 300-301 

Jriangle 350-351 

Trustees 10- 1 1 

V 

A'arsity Dancing Club 236-237 

Volunteer Band 464 

W 
\\'ham, Chas. (Class President) .... ;i;i 

\\ nnian's Affairs 247-267 

Women's Athletics 250-253 

Woman's League 248 

Y 

V. M. C. A 408-409 

^'o Ma 405 

"S'oxan 272-273 

V. W. C. A 249  

Z 

Zeta Psi 306-307 



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